Saturday, August 06, 2005

60 years after Hiroshima

You surely heard, today is the 60th aniversary of the Hiroshima nuclear explosion. This is an event that should be kept clear in our mind so that never again such a weapon be used. We should hope that our leaders and the leaders of all country will always have the wisdom to remember the devastation of Hiroshima, to understand the long term effect of radiation, to understand that such weapon can destroy not only our civilisation but all life on Earth and to remember the shadows that is the only remains of human lives lost in this explosion. Before Hiroshima we did not understand the power of nuclear weapon, let us hope that we never forget... I for one do not want to ever be reminded of their destructive potential.

I take a few lines of silence to honor those that fell victims to those bombs and to remember all those that fell in World War II.

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Never forget the Bomb, and never search to build a more devastating weapon, we do not need more ways to kill ourself... just more way to understand each other, to celebrate our difference and to work together toward tomorrow.

2 comments:

Piccolo said...

Are you the guy I know since high school??? You're to deep to be him!!!

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