We stand with Paris and for peace around the world!

I spoke too soon; Friday 13th turned out to be a Black Friday after all! Early yesterday I had posted Happy Friday the 13th! with the optimistic note “it’s a great day already….”

But, the multiple killings in Paris later in the day simply left me speechless! Let me not grace the evil minds and hands behind the dastardly acts with death/casualty numbers! I would rather share some loving thoughts directed towards the victims and their relations!

May the dead awaken (albeit unexpectedly) to joyful experiencing!

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Let not the acts of violence of a few evil doers dominate the many goodness that men do.
We far outnumber those who do harm to others.
We stand with France.

— Dodinsky
Photo & text credit: https://www.facebook.com/Dodinsky/?fref=photo

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“My love and prayers are with everyone in Paris”

– Anna Grace Taylor
Photo & text credit: https://www.facebook.com/annataylormusicangel/

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“To all our Friends and Family in Paris and Beirut!

You are in our hearts,Loving thoughts and prayers!

May His Healing, Helping and Supporting Rays of Love continue to accompany you all !”

– Jude Teme Adonne

7 thoughts on “We stand with Paris and for peace around the world!

  1. Ray, we had a severe hailstorm here on Friday 13th and hailstones smashed through the roof. I thought that justified the bad luck inherent in Friday 13th but as the 13th ended here in Australia, these atrocities were going on in Paris and it’s really left me feeling stunned, numb and angry.
    I spent 6 weeks in Paris in 1992 and for the last 2 weeks, I’ve revisited Paris through my journal, photos and chats with friends I was there with and decided to include this period of time in my memoir. So, I have really been immersing myself in Paris and so it’s hit me quite hard. I can’t understand how anyone could kill another human being let alone in the name of religion. My God is a God of love! xx Rowena

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    • You are not alone in this; try as much as I can, I find it difficult to understand what goes on in the mind of anyone who kills a fellow human being and publicly gloats over it all in the name of God! The God I know of through whom I draw my being and existence is the very epitome of Light, Love and Purity and will never lend His Glory to such acts/minds.
      I do not want to call them beasts because that would be and insult on animals!
      Sorry, for my harsh words and thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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      • Ray, I wholeheartedly agree with you. I am a Christian and experience God’s love and can’t understand this barbarism. It’s got nothing to do with God or religion and more to do with murder.
        This sort of terror warrants strong language.
        Thank you for sharing your thoughts also God Bless, Rowena

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