Just War

Just War

Mark Romasko

Mark Romasko

The country stands at the mercy of a new threat. Somewhere in a research facility, Dr. Miller and his new assistant are carrying out an experiment that may decide the fate of a nation. Will the world be safe? How can we respond to the danger? The clues lie within the brains of those being studied, and as those answers are unlocked, the fightback rolls into action...A short short story of childhood memory, fleeting relationships and how, sometimes, even the smallest, most incidental experiences in our youth can have the biggest effects on us when we don't even know it, lasting well into adulthood and helping us at the times when we need it the most. A lesson in cherishing the moments that we may think are meaningless but will have the biggest effects and weigh the heaviest in our hearts.
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