Sometimes you see something and experience some shock & awe. I found this grave marker:
I could not believe that someone would put something like this on a grave marker. My husband refused to take the picture so I did. Mainly because Churchill is a name that I descend from. I came home and just had to tell my father about it, I figured that it was their hateful children because he had died around the time of WW1 and she died in 1946. But that wasn't the case I found out, they didn't have any children. Come to find out after researching the couple. The husband & wife were very much a big part of their community and well liked. He was a judge, town moderator and had no affiliation with Germany, Hitler or Nazism at all. But him and his wife did live for awhile in an Indian community and I have been told that there are some Indians that use to use this "symbol" so maybe that is why it is there. I am not listing where this grave marker is because the people are highly respected in their town and I would like it to stay that way. But my concern and disgust turned to admiration for the couple and the high standards they held in their community. Definitely 2 people that wanted the best for the town that they lived in, loving, caring people!!
See, things are not always as they seem, a little bit of research can turn a shock into admiration of 2 people! I think this is why if something I feared, I would get books and research the subject and release all my fears, this good practice that I enstilled in my life at a young age became a good experience for me in my latter years!