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The Death of Transition

Nostalgia, the best decorated enemy

Photo by Jordan McDonald on Unsplash

We are never aware of the moments that change everything, while everything is changing. Nostalgia, the best decorated enemy, convinces us that the moment was something within our control and not something that made its mind up and therefore was carrying out its plan. There is something about the happening of anything that seems violent. We are never aware of the…

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She/Her • Author of “Nothing Really Happens”

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