The View From In Utero
by: Schvach Yid
I know it’s difficult to obtain a true perspective of a situation when one is in the thick of things. Distance is often necessary for accurate discernment.
The opinion of
Well, how should I know, I’m an amateur, and an amateur blogger at that! But I’ve always assumed that distance aids in one’s focus. As an example, I’ve never been impressed with the claims of Vietnam War vets that ‘I was there, you weren’t’, and the resulting assertion of his possession of a superior understanding of that war. Salvador Dali claimed to have a memory of his life in his mother’s womb. I’ve never encountered that claim from anyone else.
Uzi Landau’s article in Ynetnews.com entitled Worry About Sderot First has given me cause for reconsideration. Any Israeli who worries first about the safety of ‘innocent Palestinians’ (perhaps mutually exclusive terms) rather than the safety of his own compatriots is in dire need of a bit of serious introspection. Here in the
Go and learn at http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3411564,00.html