Yesterday in London

I met a kind man who gave me a book.  Sadly, the companions I was with at the time and our tight schedule prevented me from really having a chance to speak in depth with this gentleman.  I had a chance to look at the book on the train, and I found it to be indeed wonderful, and now wish I’d had made the time.  On the slight chance that man should read this, I would ask he please accept my apologies for my brevity.

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About DavidJamesFrancis

I'm a philosopher, poet, musician... And I'm a gadfly. And an activist. And I fight for truth and against lies, for peace and against war, and for enlightenment and against ignorance. View all posts by DavidJamesFrancis

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