Photo courtesy of Steve Conover's Flickr page - Lebanon: https://www.flickr.com/photos/steveconover/848914546/in/photolist-2i1UHG-k2kyG-i17mT-aZzPor-xiZWo-vg9KWn-8KGtcr-k59VT-7ABomL-byuRxN-78tK9j-dnpHC7-zJra-wcnjjQ-vfZMVm-k5a4H-iFYQF-xdwhH-vg93wi-wd235H-k59XA-Do6Z2-vVppGJ-Do6YC-8XPW5x-jrC9k-xiZWL-bnUUs1-ckzSBj-imsEH-5qA2QX-ptWj-8HbGLL-otYrC-vg1GtY-ig1pP-KuW3a-vVqiWd-Ao4FbK-k59SY-waFMQG-vVoruo-vgaDgr-wcZEfn-vg8ikt-vVosg1-vVqzqE-5hgxGo-LM6sM-k5a2N
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Lest we forget that there was more than one city rocked by horrific terrorist attacks last night.
Solidarity with Beirut. La solidarité aver Beyrouth.
Lebanon. Beloved home of one of my favorite authors, Khalil Gibran, who's words inspired, among others, John F. Kennedy and John Lennon. It's supposed to be a beautiful country, and Beirut a staggeringly beautiful city, between the sea and the snow-capped mountain peaks. Unfortunately, I cannot say that I have had the joy of a visit. Maybe someday...