It’s been a strange week, highly representative of the mentally sick world in which we live. Looking in the weeklies we find: a bombing, a newspaper that desapears, a murdered little girl, a rhinoceros getting its horns cut off (to prolong his life), the beginning of the Hajj, the commemoration of a massacre, a couple of bunnies making bunnies, and a tall building. What are we to do with all this? Each picture has a different intention, and they arouse different emotions, but what do they tell us about the misfortunes affecting our world? I’ll pick up the copy next week.
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