Wednesday, December 7, 2005


Take a moment and remember the men who were lost sixty-four years ago today in the attack on Pearl Harbor.

U.S.S Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i

Thus began America’s direct involvement in World War II. Some say that was the last “good” war. Well, speaking as a Quaker, there are no good wars, but I understand the meaning of the term; the enemy was clearly evil and it was clear what was at stake. It only goes to prove that war is not a thing to be taken lightly and that wars do not end wars; a lesson we never seem to learn.

I also remember those who served in that war and are still with us.