why is the vietnam memorial often referred to as a “healing stone”?

Question by a t: why is the vietnam memorial often referred to as a “healing stone”?

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Answer by Steven D
Because we were often left in the dark about how many had gone before us. Personally, when I touched the wall I knew that there were friends I’d never see again. It helped greatly.

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  1. I’ve never heard it referred to that way, but it certainly makes sense. People can go there and experience a concrete representation of the sacrifices made and lives lost and not only appreciate that but perhaps come to some feeling of resolution about a war that was extremely divisive – even more so than the Iraq war is today.

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