I'm appalled by the cold blooded murder of twelve social commentators at the Paris based satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
I believe in the freedom of speech and will always speak my mind.
Many have died in wars so you and I can.
And I know full well that we don't see things as they are, but as we are...
I'm with you 100 percent!ReplyDelete
Good blog thank you and good to honour those who died in Paris. Yes the pen........slower than the mouth and therefore maybe more trustworthy.....may we always be blessed with the freedom to express ourselves - so many don't have that simple thing.ReplyDelete
Yes! Thank you Keith for blogging a clever piece of protest against war, homing in on the recent Paris atrocity. Very thought provoking.ReplyDelete
Hi Keith, wonderful to meet you at Uretiti this week...I was ignorant of this tragic unfolding until I caught up with the news at home. We don't see things as they are but as we are...I can't think of a higher, more practical truth...said another way...judge not by appearances but judge righteous judgement...not to be confused with self-righteousness.ReplyDelete
PS - thanks for the surfcasting tips...a perfect expression of peace & freedom.
You couldn't have said it better, Keith. Je suis Charlie aussi.ReplyDelete