Bread of Affliction

          “The matzah before us at our seder is like the poor bread that our fathers ate in Egypt. Matzah in the Haggadah is a remembrance of the affliction of enslavement. Let all who are hungry come and eat. Next year, may we all be free.” The bread of affliction is dry, sharp, and hard. … More Bread of Affliction

BAC HOME PROTESTS JAPANESE INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION AT SAKURA MATSUI IN D.C., 04-09-11

On April 9th, I joined with members of BAC Home in Washington  to protest Japanese International Child Abduction at Sakura Matsuri, the annual Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival, and to urge the US government to take assertive action to bring our endangered children home. With the news of nuclear fallout and contaminated food and water ringing … More BAC HOME PROTESTS JAPANESE INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION AT SAKURA MATSUI IN D.C., 04-09-11

Phantoms

I think those of us whose kidnapped children are forever missing know something very personal about phantom quakes, phantom limbs, and such tricks of the brain. A human who loses an arm feels it when other people scratch their hands, and can fool himself into believing the missing hand is moving with a mirror trick.  … More Phantoms