Today, I was going to blog about my Halloween. Yes, I know it’s late but I’ve been working two jobs and doing #Nanowrimo, plus trying to have a social life and looking for an apartment for the new year – I just hadn’t gotten around to doing much posting. But I have to stop and really say something about what happened in Paris and other countries around the world in the last few days.
Over the past few days my emotions went from panic because I couldn’t find my friends who live in Paris and once they finally checked in I was angry. Most of you may be asking why when this didn’t happen to me or anyone I know – here’s why. I hold human life precious. I do not see the need to go to someone else’s home and blow them out of the water. I don’t understand it and I never will.
I am not entirely sure why a few people decide the world is there’s. We all have a little slice of it and since the world has gotten so small over the past few years, you would think people would learn to share–something I learned when I was, like, two. Nothing excuses the slaughter of innocent people. When you walk into a place and shoot unarmed, innocent unsuspecting people that makes you a coward.
This has to stop people. No matter if it’s Paris, or Beirut. Killing innocent people because they don’t believe what you do is madness.
So, I not only stand for Paris, I stand with all innocents lost in this. I stand for love.