Sometimes I am gripped by the enormity of what man has done-is still doing despite the ubiquitous lessons of history-not just to our patch of Highland hill, but to the globe. I shut it out. It doesn’t bear thinking about too much. It spoils lunch”.

Sometimes I am gripped by the enormity of what man has done-is still doing despite the ubiquitous lessons of history-not just to our patch of Highland hill, but to the globe. I shut it out. It doesn’t bear thinking about too much. It spoils lunch”.
John Lister-Kay,  Song of the Rolling Earth- A Highland Odyssey
Abacus Books 2004; p173.

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