"We may not be able to stop all evil in the world, but I know...

Ti Bonite - February 18 2011, 10:05 AM

"We may not be able to stop all evil in the world, but I know how we treat one another is entirely up to us".

This is a statement made by President Barak Obama when he spoke with the people of Tuscon and the nation after the incident there that took lives and handicapped others, with Mrs Gifford included.

The nine year old girl that died in the shooting represented hope and a belief that people are intrinsically good, and it does not make you a fool. When for a sunrise or a sunset and the beauty of this and or that you stop and you say ah!, you are taking part in divinity, in knowing that you and that are one. The accentuation of the negative if it is to be your mantra or contribution towards the betterment of this world, be it in Haiti or anywhere else for tha matter might as well be kept to yourself to ponder.

It doesn't help, nor does it offer any hope to some day be of help. It's no art when it's too easy to destroy and to hate; try building and constructing if you care so much as to dare yourself.

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