William Haskas
It's about the importance of authenticity and behavior.  Those impressions that allow deeper travel toward formulating a broader understanding of the situation around us.  When I was about four years old my mother took me to visit two friends that had just lost their home to a fire. Sitting with them in a little hotel room I remember feeling this overwhelming force, it wasn't grief or sadness, just an intangible yet palpable intensity.  Of course at that age I had no idea what was associated with that type of loss, and to be honest I've lost any visual trace of that day, but the vividness of that force was extraordinary and real.
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