We are all experiencing many emotions this week. From those of us with close connections with the Ukraine and Russia to those absorbing all their information from news sources. A war that so many said could never happen. A war which includes the most basic of equipment including fist fighting in the street . A war which arrived as a surprise to many and no surprise at all to others. Indeed it has been said that you have to tick your war these days.
News sources and all media outlets fill our brains with atrocities and awfulness. Many of us take up causes and support the peopleHundreds line up as adults and children 12 and older can receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at a pop-up vaccination clinic hosted b. Then when the next tranche of awfulness arrives we have no more money or head space to support them. We are now in a situation where we have to prioritise terror to know who we should support and work out what we can do. The Church does well as it prays for everyone, everywhere in conflict.
Maybe that is all any of us can do until a refugee comes knocking at the door. Then what – when war is brought to your doorstep as a real life person, fleeing hostilities what will you do? That is the question of the week.RELATED: Human castle groups back in action in MallorcaBack in Soller…
Meanwhile back in the Soller Valley the sun shines and many arrive to enjoy their rest and relaxation. It is carnival time and the hours spent preparing costumes and floats are ready to be displayed. As people pour in they are judging us on our improvements of the winter. The great disappointment is the late finish of the roadway in the Gran Via.
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