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... some dear friends in Honduras. So as it may have been obvious from my last series of posts, these trips to Honduras have become quite personal.
The situation in Honduras only gets worse. The violence, the high murder rate, the increased poverty, the dispossession of the peasant and indigenous communities from their ancestral lands - it all continues. To the high murder rate the government orders that officials simply stop recording all deaths ...
... campsite in Hope. On a side note Joey and Addie (our shelties) travelled like Pros. (no puking)
We walked into the Town of Hope with the dogs and saw many of their wood carvings and stopped for ice cream cones. Time to head for the motor home for the night. The Tetla Yet campsite is a definite place to ...
... psychiatric report suggests that Magda was probably in some stage of post-partum depression after the birth of her youngest child which was made worse by the subsequent miscarriage. Added to this trauma, Magna was defenseless when she was abandoned by her partner and the father of the children, leaving them with no means of support. Finding work in her condition was not possible. In early 2015 Magna will have to return to court to face the charges of attempted ...
... a deep faith.
My trip began with an interesting trip to El Salvador where I met wonderful people from all Central American countries except Belize. Melo arranged for a friend to take me to visit the chapel where Romero was assassinated and the garden where the 6 Jesuits and two women were murdered in cold blood - what is now called the "garden of roses". In a few days El Salvador will be commemorating the 25th anniversary of the martyrdom ...
... so accidental and institutional. Canada is not the rule, but the exception in the world order. I am getting older and more aware of how "sinful" or troubled is our world. Honduras and Peru is perhaps where my eyes and heart are turned. But so many countries, Asia, Africa and other countries of the Americas are so troubled. What we (humans) do to one another, and to our planet, is simply criminal and ultimately foolish.
So I end this blog with more questions than answers. I ...