Not sure why, but this Tweet is intriguing.
Remember how confused and emotional we were after 9/11?
With emotions at a fever pitch, tempers flared and many wanted revenge.
Emotions ranged from sorrow to unadulterated rage.
An eye for eye.
Couldn’t help but dig deep under the surface to discern the root cause of such a brutal, seemingly unprovoked and undeserved, and senseless killing of 3,000 innocent people.
Yesterday’s post recalled the answer from the discernment.
A hate so deep and astonishingly pervasive.
The antithesis of love.
Seriously confused. Again.
Three strikes and you’re out. How many strikes does terrorism get?
of innocent, civilized, free people is another step closer to the world uniting. senseless killing
We, the peaceful people of the world, are the targeted
. Let’s not be blind to the possibility the peaceful world is unknowingly being a passive aggressive bully. fascists
Let’s also not be blind to the possibility that peaceful people may need to arm themselves against a devil so strong, it can no longer be “someone else’s problem”.
Either way, the world owns it.
Another hint: If you click again on the hyperlinked word “Blog” below, catch the next short, pithy career post…
made it home before dark (a miracle and a story for another time)
The people in Paris were incredibly friendly and helpful. I gave one french employee a hug. Her kindness and generosity touched me. It also saved me from a very scary proposition. I will never treat a lost, panicked tourist the same. I’ll treat them much better.
breathtaking just doesn't capture the feeling
my Family is always with me, no matter where I go
It was a great balance of mind, body, spirit, money, and hq. They all came into play and they all had been fully engaged and completely spent.
When was a time you felt this kind of “good tired”?
spent the day knowing this was the final destination…almost…there (left skyline)
What’s the second most important thing to see in Paris? Depends on the person. The only other thing that was a must see was the Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris.
From the Eiffle Tower to Notre Dame it’s a brisk 30-minute walk. Took me seven hours. It was glorious. Maybe even a bit beyond glorious.
His Kingdom is our Kingdom
A powerful day. A powerful moment. An even more powerful ripple.