This is about as close as anything I’ve read or heard to expressing my own consternation over the Israeli-Palestinian conflict—and so many others. Like this writer, I keep hoping, amidst deep feeling of despair, that as a people we will wake up and face together the very real problems we have created as a species, problems like global warming that we may not be able to reverse at all and that we most certainly can only solve cooperatively.
Thanks again, Gary, for the kind words and the reblog. Your photographs give me a sense of serenity, something I desperately need in these crazy times.
Says it all beautifully
Thank you for sharing this, my dear. I just reposted it to my Facebook page.
It’s guilt and shame, nothing else.
Guilt and shame. The rest is flim flam.
James Longley’s documentary about a day in the life of a young Palestinian paperboy, GAZA STRIP, http://www.littleredbutton.com/gaza/ is one movie I’ll never forget.