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Belated Reflection On 9/11

Belated Reflection on 9/11 — Carel Kolchinski
Image by John Hain from Pixabay

The anniversary has passed, but the vision of the two towers crumbling to concrete dust and twisted steel on 9/11 remains forever. The silent bodies of the innocent temporarily entombed, and the chaos, is still a stab in the heart of freedom and justice. We all recognise that truth.

And it is right that we should remember those who lost their lives. Not just in New York, but also the innocent in other lands when the…




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Carel Kolchinski

Carel Kolchinski

Past lives as a journalist, PR poseur and commercial slave. Now an aged teetotaller, cyclist, enthusiastic musician and painter. Certified writing addict.

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