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Very moving.


Great story, one that most of us know ourselves.

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


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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