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It sickens me…

I just don’t understand the notion that anyone’s God would condone, let alone encourage, murder of innocent people. How does a person get to the point they would even think this way?

Hate, and all things relatable, is nothing more than a waste of energy, time, and innocent lives.

It unfortunately, as witnessed yesterday, deprives the world of potentials. Potential families, children, doctors, lawmakers, Nobel peace prize winners, world leaders… so many lost potentials.

It sickens me.

Who really knows the extent of what this world has lost over the years at the hands of terrorists? Yesterday’s attack on Paris may have quieted the very brain that was on the brink of discovering a cure for cancer. Or the heart that was the future love of your child’s life. Or the hands who were meant to gently hold your parents or grandparents as they transition on to Heaven.

And this one horrifically tragic day, among many in the last fourteen years and beyond, is for what reason?

There really is no real reason. None that are logical, reasonable, or even understandable.

And that also sickens me.

(original source unknown)

Many, many prayers for Paris.

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Zimmerman interview…have you changed your mind?

Did you catch the first George Zimmerman interview on TV? I only saw a little bit of it, but wasn’t surprised at what was being said. What I am surprised about is the lack of discussion over news outlets. I haven’t heard much about this in the news, so I’m banking on the fact that reporters no longer see the potential riot material and are just viewing this now like the rest of us have all along…a terrible tragedy.  And the reality of it all?  As sad as it is, tragedies happen all the time and I believe the media has just moved on to other, more sensational topics.  At least until this one comes to trial.

Here are my questions for you…let’s chat:

1. What are your thoughts about the interview?

2. Has your opinion changed since this incident first happened?

3. Did you ever think this was a racially motivated crime? If so, do you still believe that?

4. Is this a case of public pressure to convict someone or is the law justified in pursuing murder charges?

Here is the interview:

 Thanks for chatting with me….Happy Bloggin’ Ya’ll!!

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