Looking Through another Lens

IMG_4097The Eternal City

With all the killing that continues to be practiced, civilization has managed to last a miraculously long time.  As my mother would say, “Wonders never cease.”

  With the horror at the Boston Marathon, mankind and his senseless destruction has hit another low.  And that’s piled on top of the Newtown massacre, on top of too many tragedies to bear.  Every moment of every life, we make choices.  It comes down to whether we choose to create or destroy.  Why not fund the will to live peacefully and respectfully for every person, animal, plant, the earth that gives us our daily sustenance, as if they all deserve to be lovingly cultivated and to thrive with equal importance.

IMG_4098This magnificent world deserves better.

Pollyanna

6 thoughts on “Looking Through another Lens

  1. So true, my friend. So true. Headed back to the Heartland so I can sink into the security of solemn peace and quiet. Love u Steph…keep writing inspiring things. Your friend, Deb

  2. Senseless carnage of innocents seems to be something that some members of the human race are driven to engage in. The insanity and selfishness of such actions appall and disgust those who seek a higher standard of life. I often wonder what will become of this world, is this type of horrific behavior where we are headed instead of onwards to a Utopia of beauty and peace?

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