Deepest condolences to the families of all the people who lost their lives in the unspeakable tragedy in Orlando, Florida. About 49 people died in the mass shooting, the worst terror attack in United States since 9/11.
Sharing a post here by Mark Zuckerberg which highlights compassion and empathy shown by people in US for the victims.
The support of community around America was stupendous with people rushing to donate blood. You want to do something to help,” said Frank Tiffany, 69, of Winter Garden, who was waiting midway through a line that spilled out the door, through the parking lot and down West Michigan Avenue. “It’s hard to believe …You have to do something to help. You can’t stay home.”
Togetherness, well-being, tenacity and brotherhood is what makes Americans truly great. especially their impeccable community service and courage during times of adversities.
Sharing video shared by my Facebook American friend Hannah, a very touching Sonnet by Li Manuel Miranda of Hamilton fame…
“We chase the melodies that seem to find us until they’re finished songs and start to play. When senseless acts of tragedy remind us that nothing here is promised. Not one day.” Love is love is love is love is love is love…cannot be killed or swept aside…I sing as a symphony…Fill the world with music, love and pride…Li Manuel Miranda
May there be peace among everyone in United States of America and the World.
Will resume writing at a later date considering presently in the process of a brief sabbatical from writing.