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"Those of us who have been engaged in AIDS work for many years are more practiced at grief than any human should ever have to become. It’s a familiarity that can create coping mechanisms others don't understand, sometimes including an external stoicism.

We learned long ago how to crawl through the rubble of human destruction to carry on, despite the deaths of close friends and allies. That's what we're going to do in the days ahead."

-- Sean Strub

http://www.frontiersla.com/frontiers-blog/2014/07/18/aids-leadership-reels-at-mh17-loss

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That's such a powerful statement.