“I heard you just wrote a book.” “Yes. Two Hands are All I’ve Got.” “What do you know about fighting in war, Mister, seeing that you hid behind your religion when the time came for you to defend your country?” “I know more about war than you think, young man.” “I doubt that. Have you… Read More War

The Apology

The other night when my husband and I were watching TVO, we saw a clip of director Tiffany Tsiung’s latest film, The Apology.  The film is about the more than  200,000 women and girls across Asia who were forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War.  “Now in their 80s… Read More The Apology

Mary Seacole

I just finished reading a very long but interesting biography of Mary Seacole. When I mentioned her to my husband, he immediately knew who I was talking about. He’s from Jamaica where Mary was born. She was born on November 23, 1805 to a Scottish father and Jamaican mother. Her father was a soldier in… Read More Mary Seacole