Within this writing I share my wished for the celebrations of National Hispanic Heritage Month! I wish everyone a very happy Hispanic Heritage Month!
Within this writing I share a moment of hope that was derived from reading passages from the book entitled: “THE WORLDS GREATEST PROPOSALS” by Fred Cuellar. This reading was very personal and deep especially as I reflected upon the pain of severed relations, to once again find the continual hope of human to human love.
Within this writing I reflect upon the 9|11 commemoration, remembrances and T. V. broadcasts. I felt that it was important as a mechanism to share one another’s grief and honor that the victims and survivors of the 9/11 attacks are real, their stories continue to exist on this 20th Anniversary.
Poem originally hand-written on 29th August 2021. With Love & Kindness! 🙂
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Within this writing I reflect upon the USA mission in Afghanistan to connect with worldwide regional humanitarian crisis such as in Venezuela and Syria. Since writing these words I wondered what words are left to describe the young lives who died to save others, to further question the socially constructed divides that are created by such terror attacks. I continue to remain proud of USA humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan.
Originally hand-written on August 27th, 2021 at 11:01 AM. Pictured on August 21st 2021. With Love & Kindness! 🙂
Written in honor of our thirteen (13) fallen heroes during the tragedy of the Afghanistan Attacks at Hamid Karzai Airport, Kabul. We honor you and remain in deep gratitude for your service and sacrifice for nation. I continue to pray for the families of this tragedy to offer these words to you who face theContinue reading “08.27.2021.”
Pictured and written on August 24th 2021. Dedication: RED FRIDAY | To all active service members, military, civilians, national and international, thank you for your service. With Love & Kindness! 🙂
This writing is anchored with a simple scribble that evolved with the development of current events relating to the USA evacuation efforts in Afghanistan and the tragic terrorist attacks that took place in Kabul, Afghanistan.