You see, the previous summer we had spent weekends off duty swimming and sun bathing on Hayling Island a holiday spot then empty of visitors just outside Portsmouth Harbour. We noticed huge concrete structures in the sea “around the corner” from our swimming beach. We assumed they were to be part of some future extension of the harbour.
Having lived a happy and fulfilling life for oneself and for the family is indeed a very fortunate experience. But can you see; we are restricting our contributions and experience within a very narrow confines in our lives? If we look beyond this narrow space of our lives, we can see the vastness of creation and how we can be a relevant part of this creation. We can make ourselves useful beyond the confines of the family.
The document for the Village Historical District Extension II provided an incredible source of knowledge on the history of the Village. The origin of Carmine Street began as farmland under British rule, owned by the Trinity Church. Apparently the name “Carmine” came from an official of the Trinity Church, Nicolas Carman.
The inventor’s lot is not always a happy one. When you are pushing at the barriers of human knowledge and technology, things can go disastrously wrong. If your invention doesn’t kill you and in these pages you will find some whose demise was caused by their inventions you may not profit from your endeavours either because somebody rips you off or you haven’t the financial resources to make it commercially available.
In other words, you have to be there to sense the true impact of the place. Even so, the photos accompanying this item are worth seeing. From top to bottom: an aerial view showing the memorial bordered by a street and a park within the city (Jockel Finck/AP); a view of the tallest pillars all told, the pillars vary in height from mere inches to 15 feet or so and a cobblestone lane deep within the memorial (Harf Zimmermann for NYT); a view toward the Reichstag dome from within the memorial (Herbert Knosowski/AP); a large wall display showing Holocaust victims in the documents center located below the memorial (Michael Kappeler/AFP/DDP)..
Just like Chris Jackson, a West Memphis native, who says he also got caught up with the wrong people.”There’s no sense in it. I was a fool,” Jackson said.Jackson was shot four times and lost his eye.He says it changed his life and now, with two kids and two grandkids, he realizes it’s time for it all to stop.He lives on the same street where Craig died and worries as the violence inches closer and closer to home.Other neighbors who didn’t know any of the people involved in either shootings say enough is enough. They are just fed up with the violence in the neighborhood.Moore was arrested Friday in connection to Craig’s murder.West Memphis police say that Moore, along with his grandmother, were both the victims of a drive by shooting on June 6.Moore sustained injuries to his hand while his 81 year old grandmother was shot in the leg.It happened one street over from where he is accused of murdering the young girl.The grandmother declined an interview but said she didn’t think the two incidents were connected.A suspect named Desmon Mason was arrested for that shooting.Meanwhile, neighbors don’t care whether it was about retaliation they just think it’s time for the parents to step up.”Y’all bring it on the news every night.