I could have posted about this week’s clown memorial service held in London, but I didn’t want to freak anyone out. Instead I’ll post this link to a story about how, at the height of the protests in Egypt, a human chain protected the Library of Alexandria from looters. You’ve got to admit, it was an act with a fair degree of historical resonance.
(It also reminded me of how, during the same protests, Egyptian Christians formed a chain to protect Muslim protesters during prayers, an act that was reciprocated. It’s a powerful reminder of what faith should be in troubled times.)
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