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By 1952, I knew that I was actually the luckiest kid alive because I had wheat fields, peonies, litters of baby kittens, tiger lilies, rainbows, crocuses, stars, west winds, thunderstorms, privacy, a huge pasture to roam in, endless country roads … Continue reading →
“An oracle within my heart concerning the transgression of the wicked. There is no fear of God before his eyes.” In The Burning Tigris, (Peter Balakian, 2003) describes the astounding evil perpetrated against the Armenians over a period spanning decades, culminating … Continue reading →
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