“To look at people in the face, right in the face, and see them as individuals with their own lives and their own voices and their own stories and their own small, scared songs that they sing to themselves during the fifteen seconds between alarm and impact.”
Read more of Rebecca Sacks’s letter from Tel Aviv here.Photography credit Abir Sultan/European Pressphoto Agency.

“To look at people in the face, right in the face, and see them as individuals with their own lives and their own voices and their own stories and their own small, scared songs that they sing to themselves during the fifteen seconds between alarm and impact.”

Read more of Rebecca Sacks’s letter from Tel Aviv here.
Photography credit Abir Sultan/European Pressphoto Agency.

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