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December 16, 2012

You know that feeling the morning after someone dies or something terrible happens? For a split second when you wake you don’t remember it happened. You think it must have been a dream. 

Yesterday morning I lay in bed and imagined every parent, sibling, grandparent, and friend forced to experience the wretched realization anew, and I cried. 

By the second morning, though, your body knows. You wake with dread.

You know that feeling the morning after someone dies or something terrible happens? For a split second when you wake you don’t remember it happened. You think it must have been a dream.

Yesterday morning I lay in bed and imagined every parent, sibling, grandparent, and friend forced to experience the wretched realization anew, and I cried.

By the second morning, though, your body knows. You wake with dread.

(Source: nomadsoul)

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