Replying to LO27248 --
Thank you John.
Personally, from the day I was born in Hungary (more than fifty years ago)
and till now (in Israel since 1960), I was never involved directly in any
(what I would call a) catastrophy (wanted to say - a painfull event in
large scale, and large volume).
But, at the same time, no day can I recall that no catastrophy was present
(be it in picture, or story, childhood struggle, parenthood struggle,
partnerhood struggle, humanhood struggle :o).
Going through all what is mentioned above (you all seem to know history
... thus I won't bore you with details), I lately developped an attitude
of acceptance (my way of reaction, to Non Western culturs, as well as
Western Different cultures :o), like the LO-culture).
>From this stand point (I'm working very very hard to stay steady on it
:o), I accept the burst of violence that emerged in mankind towards the
end of the second millenium, and still at the beginning of the third
millenium (for those who have long memory, it might even appear simmilar
to the events that took place at the beginning of the second millenium),
and truely I hope that it will come to it's saturation with as little
cassualties as possible. I do wory about myself, and mine too ... but this
is private :o)
Shalom to all,
"Judy Tal" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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