This book [Ways of Justice] indicates that justice is whatever an individual decides it should be. ‘Junkie Joe Had Some Money’ shows bullies getting away with murder because the only witness is intimidated. In ‘Manuel,’ a kindly act is rewarded with utmost cruelty, written in vivid detail. ‘Mateo  Falcone’ tells of a young boy who is bribed to reveal the hiding place of another, then his father kills him. Nothing here to indicate love or understanding is possible between parents and child. ‘Marijuana and a Pistol’ gives all the sordid details of a maladjusted youth who smokes ‘weeds,’ including the uncontrolled giggling and vomiting. ‘They Grind Exceedingly Small’ is a story about the person who has money, taking advantage of the poor, hard-working, underprivileged—indicating that all money and power are in the hands of the cruel, wicked, dishonest, and undeserving. .
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Thursday was a time to honor our heroes. This day, as well as the entire week, has been an act of service and will leave a thumb print on our souls. We have walked the battlefields and cemeteries where our men and women sacrificed their lives for liberty. We explored the Franco-American Museum at Chateau de Blerancourt today viewing a powerful exhibit on WWI and American volunteers. The combat action sketches and paintings drew us into the suffering of military and civilians from the front lines of combat. The graphic art, poems, and sculpture clearly made us aware of... Read More