2 comments on “WHEN WE ARE “BAD”

    • As I say, it’s easy to get a little fired up when talking to an elder, especially one
      who is well advanced in years – the history of the nations and their own experience is
      indelibly written upon their face and the timbre of their voice.
      Even so they seem to carry on with a personal equanimity, a composure that speaks to
      personal strength and endurance.
      Above all else we as a people have endured.

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