This negro spiritual- "there's no hiding, hidin' place down here", was used to suggest a double entendre; no hiding place for evil (it will be discovered and judged as a crime against humanity) and no hiding place from evil; a warning. If this quilt square is more "warning" than "vision", so be it. It was meant also as a plea that the memory of Hiroshima and Nagasaki protect us all from the folly of all-out war, forever; - and protect the Middle East in particular from the folly of "mutually assured destruction"-M.A.D.

Jean Dodds, Toronto Ontario Canada