I’m sharing a post from the retired US academic Hugh Curtler in which he shares something his son discovered. It’s a reminder that, as bad as things might seem today, they were often far worse in the past. Continue reading The Power of Perspective.
But the greatest betrayal, the one that cuts like a red hot knife to the very heart of everything I was brought up to believe, is the betrayal of our shared values. Continue reading #Brexit – The Great British Betrayal
In case Sally’s description and Lesley’s review posted in Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore below don’t convince you to buy this book, here is my review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2471099115 via Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – #WWI drama – The Dandelion Clock by Rebecca Bryn. Continue reading Don’t Spare the Horses
[the] thousands of civilians who died in bombing raids on both sides of the English Channel, were all as much victims of Adolf Hitler’s insane philosophy as those who died in the gas chambers and concentration camps. Continue reading Remembrance