11 November 2015 Edit
This date is known every year as Remembrance Day, Armistice Day, Veterans Day, and since 1993 as Single's Day, and this year, is also the time of the Hindu celebration known as Diwali, the festival of Light signifying the victory of good over evil, the Jain celebration of the Moksha of Mahavira, and the Sikh Day of Liberation.
WE are now four years away from the 100th anniversary of the end of the war which was called "The Great War" and "the war to end war", and which later came to be called "World War I" when many of the hopes and dreams of many came to far fouler ends. There are no ends to the wars against errors and delusions and evil which divide humanity into hostile factions — but many of us strive to bring about the diminishing and end of such extreme errors and delusions as impel many to hate or denigrate their fellow human beings, and to often seek with pride to do them needless harm, or to initiate wars or other assaults against them and their proper rights as human beings within the ultimate social alliances of Humanity.
There is much to be remembered, and honored, and actively considered as we abide in this world, on this day, and within every day of our lives. This is one of the days we chose to make special note of MANY who have gone before, and many who abide among us, and many yet to come.
I have considered saying more and doing more this day, but there are many things I must attend to, and I have made note, and am making note of it elsewhere, but I did not wish the day to pass without making some note of it here. ~ Ananke (talk) 11 November 2015 (UTC)