"We were dysfunctional, the therapist diagnosed; a deliberately destructive labyrinth of erotic power play, this push and pull. But soon we learned even our dysfunction was a function of love, that the mystery of turning madness into true love was nothing more than surrender, that we may rise above our terrors and encumberences, carried on the shoulders of an ideal greater than our best and worst selves. And that's how we've made it; that's how we make it." ~♧dammy o'
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While the recent news of Cornelius Gurlitt’s cache of 1,400 Nazi-connected paintings is an astounding recovery of works long missing, the extent of irreparable cultural damage during World War II remains a gaping void of loss.