Paul, I was wondering where you where, as I haven't seen you on Social Media for a while. But here you are, writing excellent stories, like always. My favorite T-shirt in high-school was of Che. As was my favorite bag. I didn't know very much about him back then, just that he was the poster boy of revolution, a free spirit who fought tyranny. A hero of the masses. Later, I understood that things were a bit more complicated, like you very eloquently put here. But he's still quite a tragic hero in my book. Call me nostalgic

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A.M. Radulescu

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Certified bookworm, published author, hopeful dreamer, advertising professional. Writing about life and self-growth. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09JRJ3P5T

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