To keep you is no gain, to lose you is no loss…

Possibly one of the most morbid days out I’ve ever had. Yesterday we visited the s21 genocide museum and the killing fields in Phnom Penh. To try and explain the emotions i felt while walking through the cells where thousands of men, women and children fell victim to the paranoia and brutality of the Khmer rouge would be a long and arduous task, so I will save that for my notebook. Suffice to say that I was deeply saddened, but not at all surprised, by yet another example of how unspeakably cruel we are to each other.

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