Monday, July 17, 2006

evan is drawing:
(and i am watching)

and evan is writing:
(and i try to understand)


Blogger Zooma said...

It is so difficult to understand...
It is as difficult as the reasons why the bombs are falling
A lot of kisses from the small village of Altafulla, Tarragona (Spain)

5:56 PM  
Blogger Maria Küchen said...

... one of my sons (in stockholm sweden) said: "Why don´t they use pistols at war?" He is six years old. His little brother said: "Because somebody might get killed." They don´t very often use pistols at war, now, do they? They use bombs and a lot of people get killed, but I don´t tell my sons about this. They don´t know. Perhaps they ought to know? Or am I doing the right thing? I don´t really know what to do or how to speak. Half the time I´m ashamed that my sons are so lucky, haft the time just selfishly happy, and half the time ... all the time ... Well ... My sons, today, are protected from war, but there will be a day, I fear, when the NATO alliance will want to teach my sons about bombs. "Never ask from whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee". The war in Lebanon now concerns the world. It is a matter of isolation, but it os not an isolated issue.


11:01 PM  

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