No Country Will Exist Forever

A lesson hidden in ruins of an ancient Mayan kingdom

These murals from Bonampak, Mexico, are similar to ones that have disappeared from Palenque and show warriors dressed in jaguar pelts.. Photo from Wikipedia.

Once upon a time in Mexico, before the Spanish invasion, the land was alive with people who, like us, worked to feed their families, shared the joys and pains of life, and paid homage to the gods and leaders whom they believed made their existence possible. In the earliest days of human settlement in Mexico, which sprang in part from the development of a…

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Journalist, editor, mother, wife, sister, daughter, friend, adventurer, history-lover. Editor of Crow’s Feet

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