Category Archives: Heroes

HALO Trust brings hope and healing

I just happened upon some haunting ¬†photographs about the aftermath of war. The pictures are the work of Fiona Willoughby and they document the important work of HALO Trust, a NGO that dedicates itself to getting rid of landmines around … Continue reading

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Okay, then, I’ll do it myself if I have to!

Soooo, dear readers, I made a request at the end of my blog on August 1.(https://whataheartcanhold.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/a-year-of-good-news/ I asked everyone to post a reply that contained some good news, or to tweet some, or to email some, or to post some … Continue reading

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A Year of Good News

I listen to the news. A lot. I do it by choice, even though it often stresses me out. To me, it seems that the news reporting concentrates on what is wrong. Maybe the fact that I perceive it that … Continue reading

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I Knew the Boston Marathon

The standard advice to writers is to write about what you know. I know the Boston Marathon. Maybe I should say I knew it. Although, my memories from 46 years of the Marathon remain the same, the emotional impact of … Continue reading

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