Tag Archives: Syria

Collateral Damage

Volunteering to shelve books at the West Custer County Library is such a blessing. If you are like me, when you typically go to the library as a patron, you look for the newest best seller… maybe you heard an … Continue reading

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Survivors’ Guilt

Watching the Syrians and other who are fleeing violence, I can only wonder why the United States is not more welcoming. We are quick to shake our heads and purse our lips when discussing the European Union’s inability to come … Continue reading

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Reign of Terror

In movies of the French Revolution, the severing of heads by guillotine is so tidy. The weighted, angled blade drops, and the dismembered head plops into a basket. Scarfing popcorn and licking the butter and salt off our fingers,¬†we are … Continue reading

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