“Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.” – Rosa Luxemburg
My wife and I left Berlin as winter set in.
Our residence visas had expired. We were broke. Bailiffs were at the door. We had just enough money to make a run for it. I gave notice to the utility companies and our health insurer, forwarded our mail to a cancelled mailbox, and closed our bank account.
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