These thoughts are written as a reflection and observance for Martin Luther King Jr. day. MLK Day.
These thoughts are a continuation of my previous blog post that reflect upon the riots in Capitol Hill. Within this writing I connect the upcoming inauguration, impeachment and Confederate flag.
Within this writing I reflect upon the recent riots that took place within Capitol Hill, Washington D. C. Whilst I remain with a neutral stance, I take the time to observe and analyze from the perspective of psychological and social behaviour that is linked to the human impulses for human survival.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to all the community of Manhattan, New York city, who have been affected with the Middle Collegiate Church fire on Second Avenue. The Middle Collegiate Church is a historic site that has been damaged and devastated by this fire. It is deeply saddening to hear of this newsContinue reading “Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue.”
On December 7th 2020 it is the 79th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack that took place in 1941. On this national day of remembrance we honor all for the ultimate sacrifice and for our country and to the the living survivors, thank you for your courage and bravery. Thank You For Your Service! 🌹Continue reading “PEARL HARBOR 79.”
Welcome to our virtual Christmas Advent Calendar 2020, that will also include the traditional Catholic Advent candles that begins with hope of the heart! Thank you!
To all who serve and sacrifice for nation, national and international, Thankyou!
Wishing everyone who celebrates thanksgiving a very happy and safe thanksgiving day! Lots of love to all! Happy Thanksgiving! #Thanksgiving #ThanksgivingDay #ShaziaBlog
Within these thoughts I offer a moment of reflection as the advent and Christmas season begins with thankfulness and thanksgiving.
Please enjoy and share our evergreen wreaths, a beautiful symbol of everlasting life and eternity!