10 August 2012

Letters to the Editor

Mail bag empty.

Ahéhee'. Thank you, dear readers, in the United States, Russia, Germany, France, Macedonia [FYROM], United Kingdom, South Korea, Latvia, Canada, and Colombia.

Life or Honor: Life As Stranger

The consequence of severed relations, the loss of origins and clans, are common and relevant to all peoples who have been enslaved or survived their own extermination (via starvation, relocation and detainment). Every person, especially survivors, must answer the question: How do we live now?

In the choice of life or honor, how do we remain human in a Kaputt world? What is life? How do we consider the choices we make, or have made for us. Do these choices lead us toward or away from ourselves? What are the consequences? And, can we bear them?

21 days to raise 98%--it ain't over till it's over.

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