What remains to be said about the tragic death of the famed jazz-soul singer Amy Winehouse? Well, in the secular press you’ll find lots of comments that go something like this: A short sad life, such a waste of talent. Too bad. All true, but not very illuminating or helpful for others.
The Economist news magazine made a deeper analysis in its obituary of Winehouse with this observation:
“Perhaps above all, her life was a lesson in the dangers of…
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