An Immoveable Solitude - S.A. McAuley
One of the saddest words in the English language may be “if” because it’s two little letters that when put together with the right words before or after can only mean regret. It’s only with the gift of hindsight we are given the opportunity to see how unattainable the past is and how difficult, if not impossible, it is to undo all the harm that’s already been done. The past is as impossible to control and redirect as the forces of nature, and no one knows this better than Erik Hash and Kiernan Callaghan.

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