And an angel named Hannah was born

While those left behind can only mourn
Stuffing our face with candy corn
So very, very forlorn

“She must have been a very great person.”

https://myfridayblog.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/an-open-letter-to-my-wife/

http://www.famousbirthdays.com/names/hannah.html

Famous People Named Hannah

http://www.biography.com/people/hannah-arendt-9187898#synopsis

Born Johanna Arendt on October 14, 1906, in Hanover, Germany, Hannah Arendt was one of the most famous political philosophers of the 20th century…

In 1933, Arendt fled her native Germany for the relative safety of Paris, France. There, she worked for Youth Aliyah, an organization that helped rescue Jewish children from Eastern Europe. In 1940, Arendt married her second husband, Heinrich Blücher. Their wedded bliss was short-lived, however: The pair was soon interned at a concentration camp in Gurs, France. After managing to escape, the couple made their way to the United States in 1941…

http://aeon.co/magazine/philosophy/what-makes-hannah-arendt-a-cosmopolitan/

In the US, Arendt was rewarded handsomely for her intellect and tenacity, becoming a bestselling author published by the most prestigious trade presses as well as the first woman appointed to a professorship at Princeton…

In 1964, for instance, she appeared on Zur Person for a TV interview with Günter Gaus, a German equivalent of Charlie Rose or David Dimbleby. ‘Hannah Arendt, you’re the first lady to be portrayed in this series,’ Gaus began. ‘A lady with a profession some might regard as a masculine one. You are a philosopher.’ …

More central to his objection, however, was what he considered to be Arendt’s lack of Ahavat Israel – love of the Jewish people. Arendt’s response says something about her particular view of cosmopolitanism:

I am not moved by any ‘love’ of this sort, and for two reasons: I have never in my life ‘loved’ any people or collective – neither the German people, nor the French, nor the American, nor the working class or anything of that sort. I indeed love ‘only’ my friends and the only kind of love I know of and believe in is the love of persons…

(Photo taken 7/14/2015.)

FDA Bans Some Mexican Cilantro After Human Feces Found In Fields

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/fda-ban-mexico-cilantro-contaminated_55b6d57ee4b0a13f9d1a0297?

The FDA announced the partial ban Monday after cilantro imported from the state of Puebla was linked to 2013 and 2014 outbreaks of stomach illnesses in the United States. The FDA said health authorities in Texas and Wisconsin also suspect cilantro from the region is responsible for more illnesses this year…  The FDA said the officials discovered the feces and toilet paper in fields and found that some of the farms had no running water or toilet facilities…