On October 7, in La Repubblica, Antonio Caramassi, a reader from Follonica, told the story of Livia, a Romanian domestic help who cared for an elderly man in his condominium. When the old man died, before leaving the woman left a letter on the notice board of the entrance hall. “My gratitude. I have had the good fortune to meet a small community that is called Condominio Via Pio La Torre 3. I thank you! Your welcome for me, a simple carer, was magnificent. Thank you for all the “good mornings” or “hellos” you gave me so courteously without prejudice. I thank all those who opened the door to their homes and especially those who opened their souls to me and welcomed me with sweetness and kindness. I wish you all, from the youngest to the oldest, most excellent health and never to be in need of a carer. With respect, Livia”.
St. Peter’s Square
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