Comment on Let’s End Terrorism, One Step At A Time by Susan W Goldstein.
I can’t stop crying, thinking about how these young people must have been singing and dancing and laughing, completely exuberant about the incredible experience they had all just shared. They must have been so happy. And then it was over, but it’s not over. It’s never over. How do we rid the world of this pestilence? But I agree with you: no finger pointing. Let’s fill the world with love, to the best of our abilities.
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I just read it and it makes so much sense! It’s how I try to practice Life, and I won’t stop, but it is such an uphill trial. I almost wrote “uphill battle” but that sounds violent … whoops!
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ooooh! I will NOT let my husband see this, because he will download the app for me … he says I am always, always, always on the phone.
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Just want you to know I am thrilled to be included! I am visiting my son’s for the weekend & will follow your instructions asap! xo Susan
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My biggest regret is/was allowing the fear of public humiliation [!!!] stop me from trying new things. Like, I never did learn how to do a cartwheel; I never quit my job to move to California for no reason at all except I wanted to be “discovered” and become famous (and I’m sure that it is just that easy!); I don’t wear bright colors; I am not the lead singer in a rock band (maybe I can sing … who knows? I never tried!!); I don’t wear hats. I’m never ostentatious.
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