To Anyone Who Has Lost Themselves:
Jamie Varon
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Well said —perspective very much understood, and your sharing/courage appreciated. Nodded in a steady awe, with a furrowed brow while reading.

Tragedy and the suffering it delivers is addictive. Searching for, or even creating, the struggle becomes habitual. It comforts, and lends purpose to the lost.

Upon finishing this, found I was already following you. Not a surprise, nor are the echoes present in this piece — of my own introspection in any given walk, wander, or reflective moment.