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A Brief Reflection When it comes to ANZAC Day I’m always in a bind. The deaths, the maimings and the huge disruptions to ordinary people’s lives should never be forgotten; but to ‘honour’ that suffering in ways that, ultimately, may help … Continue reading
I’ve never been to an ANZAC Day dawn service. I’ve often tried to work out why. I think I now know.