As much of the world commemorates 100 years since the end of The Great War, we have an ideal opportunity for some deep reflection. Where is humanity now compared to then?
There may not be ‘an enemy’ as in 1914-18, but tyranny prevails: in politics, in business, in families. And so we seem to be in a constant battle . . .
Interspersed with suitably poignant poems, Keith shares some insights and offers some glimmers of hope . . .