Nothing is real to us until we experience it. I recall seeing photos of the Grand Canyon (U.S). The photos were beautiful, but did not compare to my experience of visiting the Grand Canyon. In a similar way, we can read all the books we want about grieving, but they cannot convey the experience one feels of losing a loved one. Experience teaches us at a deeper level than the written word or a photo. With each new experiences we become more deeply connected to all humanity.
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