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I am 90 years old. Except for wartime, I have never felt so worried.
Masses are now being held with churchgoers on their boats … The altar gets splashed by the waves. You can see oysters growing on our church grounds already.
Every morning, I can switch on the lights by myself, and I can also switch the fan on and off. It makes me feel independent.
For people who don’t usually go to mosque, it’s a different story. But for people who love going to the mosque, it’s really sad.
It’s very rare, but I’m only human.