Tribute to James Foley’s courage and dedication ….   1 comment

To quote one of the other commenters…”Nicely done Horty, beautifully done in fact.” …to which I would say, agreed. Well said, Horty.

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~~August 23, 2014~~ 


“As I grow older I’m becoming more of a pacifist. Yet I think we should defend ourselves, not in the sense of justifying murder in a “stand your ground” sense, but in terms of preventing the wholesale slaughter of life when runaway religion obfuscates the dictates of basic sanity and human dignity.”



By: Philip S. Balboni – Boston Globe

“FINDING MEANING in the tragic and horrifying murder of James Foley this week is a very personal and difficult endeavor. For those of us who knew Jim, the road ahead will be particularly long and trying. As a lifelong journalist, the path forward for me will be rooted in a renewed and profound respect for a profession that for Jim was not a job, but a calling. Was it worth dying for? No. And Jim had said that himself…

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Posted August 24, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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  1. Thanks so much for the reblog, Matthew ….. Peace!! 🙂

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