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Grief and the Involuntary Reset

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01.04.2020

Standing at the kitchen island, I cradled the steaming cup in between my hands. I closed my eyes briefly, inhaled deeply, and enjoyed the simple pleasure. The mix of spices in my tea danced together and created a full-bodied aroma that swirled, ascended, and tickled my nose. I smiled faintly and was immensely grateful for the familiar morning ritual. The spices I’ve come to know so well, the smells and taste I look forward to, gave me tremendous comfort in what has become an increasingly chaotic world. COVID-19 has touched all of us. No one has been spared. This is an invisible enemy that attacks without warning. It changes the way we live, it brings suffering, and it takes lives. This deadly foe........

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