I remember my shock and deep grief when I visited the site of the Twin Towers after 9/11. Until then, I could pretend that things were going to return to normal. But, standing beside the rubble, the enormity of what was gone forever pierced me. Those who’ve lost their homes from forest fires have a similar experience; it seems unreal until they visit their former homesite. Emerging from household quarantine is in some ways similar, but without a direct experience of what
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