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jaspar

Very moving.

DD2

Great story, one that most of us know ourselves.

They just don't make em like that anymore my friend.

Risto

Thanks for the blog about your Father.

As a Macedonian, it is easy to understand the mental anguish your Father faced in his home country.

Packing bags and making a new home in a new country does not ensure that the terrible images he left behind him were any less vivid.

I am not deeply religious, but for the sake of your Father's memory, find a Macedonian priest ... explain your Father's story and ask him to pray for his soul.

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