V for Victory

Somehow V for VICTORY seems a natural association.

This commonly recognised sign of victory has been known to denote victory since ancient times if the Wikipedia article is to be believed. It became popular during WW2 and is internationally known as the symbol of victory.

But every victory has it downside – the losing side who are the vanquished. Not only is one man’s victory another man’s defeat but very often even the victor has to pay a heavy price so the question is at what price victory?

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Author: Unishta

A granny who always sees the humour in life and tries to do things differently. When others make cupcakes, this granny makes banana fritters. When she’s not busy chasing her grandchildren who love making her run around, she indulges in her passions of reading, writing, meeting friends and watching movies. And somewhere between all this she enjoys travelling and cooking!

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