In case you’ve been missing my letters …

Periodic scribe Wilhelm Waldstein has info to share through blog, reading

For those who have missed my occasional letter: www.kanadafichtelgebirge.com.  Read about the most intense one-hour experience I had at Vancouver airport when my 70-year – for 84-year-olds – reunion almost did not happen.

I recommend, for Protestants and Catholics alike, Hans Keung’s latest autobiography book, 2013, “Erlebte Menschlichkeit.

“Unless we listen to the wisest of the wise on this planet, there is no hope for mankind.”

Wilhelm Waldstein

Port Hardy

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