When Palestinian refugees meet their own destroyed place, after years or decades of forcible displacement, they meet the sensitive roots of their trauma. When they touch the ruins of their houses, they touch the painful point of their own expulsion. To make this a positive and constructive experience, on both political and personal levels, we respectfully embrace their personal testimony and family story, frame these in a special booklet, hold a public tour with an “audience,” follow the refugees’ steps while he/she teaches the public their own history and story, and explore the invisible. While this takes place, we document this whole process, as a clear recognition that this place is their place, validating their right to come back/return. In the lecture I will describe this process of recognition and the healing moments it holds.