Boston Strong…America Strong
It is very important for us to stay strong in the pursuit of freedom and peace. It is unfortunate that we live in a day that in the back of our minds we have to worry about if we will be safe. Nevertheless, we must live our lives.
All of us have to do our part to bring peace to the human race. Everyone needs to wake up and start caring for our fellow man, woman, and child. If we see something that is not right, we have to do something about it. Call someone, tell someone, or investigate. We cannot melt into the background and hope it takes care of itself. The government agencies cannot be the sole entity to make sure we are safe. We have to be responsible and make the evil accountable.
This past week there was not a day that went by that I had a dry eye. Many tears have fallen for the victims of the Boston tragedy. One cannot help but feel sad for our fellow human beings. Say a prayer for the fallen.
Ø Martin Richard – “No more hurting people.” A boy, from what I have read about him online, was mature beyond his years. An 8-year old boy who was asking for peace, all of us can learn from this young boy.
Ø Krystle Campbell – A beautiful young lady with sparkling eyes and a vibrant smile taken in the prime of her life. A hard worker loved by her family and friends.
Ø Lingzi Lu – A bright student at Boston University enjoying simple student life in modest surroundings.
Ø Sean Collier – An MIT police officer with an easy smile and a desire to help others. He strived to be a good police officer.
I SAY A PRAYER FOR EACH ONE OF THE VICTIMS. WE WILL REMEMBER.