Monthly Archives: November 2009

Taji Market, a Sniper and the 4th of July

Warning: May contain language and imagery that some may find objectionable.¬† It is not my intent to offend¬† Rather I hope to capture a small part of the flavor of the events of that day. Pop!! A single rifle round … Continue reading

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Recovery or Revenge: The complexities of grief in the light of the brutal murder of 13, physical injury of 38 and much, much more at Fort Hood on November 5th

It is normal, and even healthy, to experience outrage, anger, fear and a whole host of powerful emotions. Some may experience suspicion of Muslims and even hatred. It is important to acknowledge how this affects us and the emotions and … Continue reading

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