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Svetlana Pikta: All Russian people need Donetsk like a bitter medicine

Svetlana Pikta: All Russian people need Donetsk like a bitter medicine

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new post published Svetlana Picta - an Orthodox activist, a woman with many children from Kiev, who was forced by radicals to leave Ukraine:

In Donetsk, I constantly catch myself thinking: I did this wrong, then - wrong.
Why was she afraid to go to shoot in a ruined house, where a man was piled up? Why didn’t she hug his wife, because obviously she should have been hugged. Why didn't she give enough to the hungry old man? Why didn't you find words of support for children?
My inner person here becomes visible at a glance. And if I come to terms with the fact that I am not yet the coolest and most fearless correspondent, I can, then the shortcomings of my inner Man are very tormenting. There is hope that Donetsk will sharpen me, like many here, and not piss me off - as, alas, I also observe here with some.
Here I always remember the words of schema-nun Alexandra: “How afraid I am of becoming a traitor!
All Russian people need Donetsk like a bitter medicine.

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