Remembrance depression

Hand held poppyRemembrance Day and the Two Minute Silence have been observed since the end of the First World War, but today’s silence seemed to be sadder than before, as the world we live in today has changed in the past few years, and not for the better, or with any respect for those who gave so much in years gone by.

Without going into detail, the changes I have in mind are entirely Western/European in nature, and ongoing as the population sleepwalks into them.

Picture courtesy of The Royal British Legion.

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One Response to “Remembrance depression”

  1. I am not one of those people who say “Oh, the good ‘ol days are gone”, but the above comment on Remembrance Depression hits it right on!

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