Michael Munas (michaelboy) wrote,
Michael Munas

The best stories in the news are usually the ones presented at the end of the broadcast hour

I remember my dad bringing home a civil defense brochure that was published in the early 60’s. It detailed various types of nuclear fallout shelters that a person could construct using simple and readily available materials.

When I was young, the notion of such a war made me so afraid that it was often hard to fall asleep at night. Although after several years, it began to make me feel more angry than afraid --not so much with any potential enemy but rather with the constant presentation of fear without a countering measure of hope.

Hope will never dictate an outcome but it has the capacity to change what directs a heart.

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