Friday, December 13, 2002

NEW YORK CITY, USA -- I am filled with coffee and quotes. So early in the morning with so many tasks at hand before I leave, these are the only things that keep me going. I start with Kopkind and continue with Camus, who wrote in Combat, the French underground resistence paper, on the bombing of Hiroshima " Before the terrifying prospects now available to humanity, we see even more clearly that peace is the only goal worth struggling for. This is no longer a prayer but a demand to be made by all peoples to their governments—a demand to choose definitively between hell and reason."