“SHELL SHOCK TODAY…”

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The term Shell Shock—in the sense of war—goes back to World War I; a malady that today metamorphosed into any number of synonyms to describe the psychosis of war.  

In our days women and men serve in the military, but like those days, the children and families and nations still weep. And, shell shock today, like back then, still affects the Everything of Life.

In today’s world we are all, in some form, feeling the psychosis of internal and external revolt against what went before and is ongoing now. Not unlike the signature injury of WWI, Shell Shock, there will be consequences to the psyche of all humankind.

Yet, I dare to exclaim: “We must continue to reveal the Everything of Life!”

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