The late film critic Roger Ebert once wrote that the art that resonated with him most engaged his empathy and taught him about the lives of others:
"I could use such lessons to apply to myself and my relationships with others. They could instruct me about life, love, disease and death, principles and morality, humor and tragedy. They might make my life more deep, full and rewarding."
I can't help but delight in using his words in reference to ALZ.