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Psalm 121 for August 6, 2020

I lift up my eyes to a mushroom cloud from which death came and illness and loss of eyes and limbs, the burning of skins and souls, and the sorrows of the hibakusha, survivors of seventy-five years, and their children, … Continue reading

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I did not expect the tears — Guest post by Carol Hallman for Hiroshima Remembrance

Carol Hallman wrote this to me and included these photographs of the Atomic Dome **… “I just got back from Japan a couple of weeks ago. I was greatly moved by the Atomic Dome in Hiroshima and so I wrote … Continue reading

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Hiroshima, remembering in 2018

While the media watches Trump-nastics we are mourning the earthquake in Lompok, thirty people shot in three hours last night in Chicago, the devastation of the California wildfires, and I remember an old tragedy and fold a crane. While the … Continue reading

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