I've just seen Harry Patch , veteran of World War 1 on tv.This old soldier is now well over 100 and still remembers vividly the fighting in that war and how he held a comrade hand as he died. Wasn't that called 'the war to end all wars'. Unfortunately we all know that wasn't the case. In these times we are all , imho dashing around , worrying about finances, homes etc. These are all important but I hope that I , at least, can take time to consider human beings and put my fellow man before my possessions.