The strength of the blade of the Leatherman knife made me want to get more. I’m not sure why, but there is something on the way the knife fits neatly in my hand that made me itch for more. It might be a guy thing to be attached to tools and bladed implements, but nevertheless I got another budget blade not long after. Then I went for an Opinel, before getting the resilient Mora. In the future I see my house with a room dedicated to all of my shiny blade collections. As I start my knife craze and pack the blades, I might be showing the symptoms listed below. Yup, below are signs that you are addicted to anything sharp and bladed. And chances are those reading this have one also. The first question that comes to my mind when my half month salary comes is can I get a new knife? I may spend minutes calculating and recalculating just to see if I have enough funds for another folder. If not get a cheaper one, or wait for another pay check to come. Possibly then I will save an extra amount for that new shiny Balisong in the window. Yet sometimes the urge is just too much and I find myself going home with a brand new knife and a part of my savings missing.
On Sunday night, my community hosted a “Shalom” peace concert in honor of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Memorial Day. What made this evening unique, and perhaps one of a kind, is that we expanded our commemoration to include Armenians and Congolese, two communities that we can relate to in regard to genocide. Last year, we initiated this program in a more cerebral way with a panel and discussion of the Armenian, Jewish, Cambodian, Congolese and Darfurian genocides. This year, we brought music together with several survivors, Jewish and Armenian. Congressman Adam Schiff was our keynote speaker, an amazing leader on issues of human rights and genocide recognition; Congressman Schiff has been an outspoken member of Congress on the issue of recognizing the Armenian genocide, which unlike the Holocaust http://www.newprintinformatica.com.br/index.php/sm100-newsmarys-meals-what-your-donation-meansthe-sunday-mail/, is still trying to get its place as a recognized atrocity committed by the Ottoman Empire in the early part of the twentieth century, killing 1.5 million Armenians. As a Jewish member of Congress, Schiff has risked his own political standing due to the diplomatic challenge of this recognition in regard to Turkey, and to a certain extent, Israel. I am proud that Congressman Schiff represents me and know that his principled stand stems in large part from his understanding of his Jewish roots and the horrors of the Holocaust.
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