Have Compassion

My father died as a prisoner of war having been on the Bataan death march, but my mother made sure we never associated that with the Japanese people, and I thank her for that. My father was originally schooled in a Japanese/American school in Hawaii, because his father felt if we didn’t understand Japanese culture better, we’d end up in a war them. Too bad he was right. Kathleen wrote a heartwrenching story, which is well worth the read. Sarah Maury Swan, author of Terror’s Identity

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