A Sixties Story
I, against the door where if I wanted I could flee but no, because my big brother was beside me. We wore no seatbelts; it was many years ago now stretched into several decades and there were no seatbelts then and the stories live on.
Crossing a bridge, sister and brother, both tiny, walking toward the other side and maybe away from someone. Or toward someone.
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Toward a car? Another person? I was comforted by his hand and carried on crossing the bridge; there was water beneath and tall grasses all around, enough for a child to hide in. Clouds, blue, wind light, and there was almost-fear. We drove toward home and the drunk named Jack veered into the oncoming traffic.
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Straight into it, said Sean, but at the last second he threw the wheel away and crashed into a gas station, after crossing a couple lanes of traffic. They are absorbed by a hedonic treadmill in which brief periods of increased prosperity invariably lead back to awareness of new material desires; this cycle is interrupted, but only temporarily, by the Algerian War , during which they turn their attention to anti-fascist political activism.
During their 8 months in Sfax, they feel disconnected from the surrounding society and grow increasingly numb even to their formerly intense material desires. After they return to France, the story ends abruptly with a pessimistic view of their future happiness, despite predictions of their increasing material comfort.
The epilogue concludes with a quote from Karl Marx on the means and ends of searching for truth and meaning. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Les choses in French. Dalkey Archive Press Retrieved July 28, David Bellos and Andrew Leak translators.cpanel.builttospill.reclaim.hosting/how-to-happiness-tips-how-to-overcome.php
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David R. Godine, Publisher. Paris: Pocket. Instead, a social worker picked them up and took them to a foster home in Elmsdale. When they arrived, five of her 14 other siblings were there. During their years there, she said, they were physically and psychologically abused. When Labrador left the house, she walked to the highway and sat on the bank of a ditch before falling asleep.
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When she woke up, she began hitchhiking to Halifax. She was looking for a girl she knew who lived in the city. When asking around about the girl she put her trust in two different men. That was when she was assaulted. She spent the next eight weeks living on the streets of Halifax before making her way to Prince Edward Island.
Nova Scotia social services found her there and put her on a bus to a new foster home in Windsor. She ended up being removed from that home and placed in another in the same area. A few months later she married and moved out.
Eventually, Labrador moved to British Columbia, where she lived for 37 years. While living there she worked as a youth and child care worker, specializing in family violence.
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Now retired, Labrador still has nightmares about her experiences, and what she saw throughout her work. The Thursday session was one of 21 organized by Collectiva, a court-appointed claims administrator. Organizer Jane Gray expected a lower turnout at the meeting, which was the only one scheduled for the Maritimes. Extra chairs were needed to accommodate the crowd. Vincent said that as long as Collectiva has the proper name, address, phone number and signature, the claim can be processed.
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