I come from a Mennonite background and was wondering if there are others here also? Both of my grandparents fled Russia during the second World War and were given land with a group of people in an isolated area of Paraguay. From there, they built up a meager living but managed to survive the harsh, hot climate. Eventually, they migrated to BC, Canada where my parents met. There's so much going on in the news these days about migrants and the feeling of having to leave one's homeland brings back all the family history. It seems like everyone at one point in the generations has had to flee to survive. It feels like a sad state that the world's in right now.