There is always some war somewhere, war is painful and that pain deforms the memory, changes personal level and consciousness, disfigures the feeling of belonging and being—the feeling of home and existence. War hurts, and that ‘hurting’ inevitably change the ones living under its shadow, anxiety, fear, sorrow. What intensified the weight of pain is not merely the action of war, it is the ambiguity forms within the war, the formless feeling that changes everything for the one who lives amid conflict, the ordinary people who are living in their ordinary homes, in a very ordinary day which is not ordinary anymore—war takes everything from them..., from us!

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