A measure of security in an insecure world
Posted on July 18, 2012
Filed under Opinion
“Australians, Field Marshall Thomas Blamey commented about the time of the outbreak of WW2, were like gazelles playing on the edge of a jungle, completely oblivious to the dangers all around. He spoke those words in the shadow of the greatest threat Australia had ever faced.
Things are not that critical as I write but I think we Australians still take for granted something that it has cost generations of Australian Servicemen and Women in peace and war a great deal to protect. That is the security that we are so inclined to take for granted. …”
– Geoff Webb, Principal Chaplain Army, writes about security – both temporal and eternal – at Defence Anglicans.