If a picture paints a thousand words, then this one is a whole tome in itself~~
W. Eugene Smith WORLD WAR II. // The Pacific Campaign. June 1944
What’s OUR history? Great convicting and encouraging thoughts here from Dawn at Inspiration With an Attitude. Comments close here; blessings and enjoy.
This photo from World War 2 is iconic and, in my mind, is one of the most important comments on war in general. The picture, by W. Eugene Smith, is of an American Marine finding a desperate infant still astonishingly breathing among the dead in Saipan. They passed the baby from soldier to soldier until the child arrived at the top of the hill. I wish I could find out whatever happened to the child, but have not been able to do so as yet. Perhaps the child’s history is now lost to us.
It reminds me of how God graphically records His “finding” of the Hebrew nation:……read the rest of the post here:The sacred Garbage Man