A love story from a novel
Flying at the edge of a poisoned world.
The love story unfolds in an Armageddon that still remains fiction. But for how long. It appears that mankind is more inclined to react to great tragedies than to prevent them. By the same token we are more inclined keep our universal love for one-another bottled up behind iron fences until there is nothing left that matters and the fences too, evaporate. Why arenít we allowing ourselves to be enriched with an ever-expanding love for one-another? In the tragedy of Armageddon those barriers tend to melt away as our humanity suddenly becomes more precious. That may also be the reason why we tend to break our isolation and react to great tragedies as they tend to draw our humanity to the surface. That is what unfolds in the story, a story of air rescue missions to evacuate endangered cities in a nuclear-fallout-poisoned part of the world.
The story, Operation Noah, is a chapter from the novel, Brighter than the Sun, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.
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