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I’m sorry. Nothing: (Sixty seconds of silence) May I take care of that? (and take the tissue out of their
The Humanitarian Disaster Institute provides incredibly helpful, practical resources for people who are helping with disaster relief. It was founded by
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Cynthia B Eriksson starts her article Suffering With: A Tender Journey of Mutuality in Suffering, Comfort, and Joy with words
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Jason’s book is How Trees Deal with Loss.