“The Beauty Around Us”
Asking a hard question is not what most of us like to do let alone being forced to answer it. It is not what makes us comfortable and generally we avoid them if possible. However, sometimes the question is asked and we have little choice but to answer it. So what is life really worth?
If one is faced with making a decision about the importance of the life we know and the need to protect what we have or what we desire, how would we react?
Would we give our life for one last good meal?
Would we give our life for something we can experience only once?
Would we give our life for our wife or husbands safety?
Would we give our life for our kids safety and future?
Would we give our life for our neighbor in need?
Would we give our life for our country and its freedom?
Would we give our life for freedom around the world?
Would we give our life for our freedom of religion or what we believe in?
Just what is important enough to give our life for or to ask someone else to give theirs for or to just stand by while they do?
Ok, this is a heavy question I know. But how would we each react if faced with making a decision to live or to die trying.
Many lives have been lost over the hundreds of years of wars and feuds. Men and women have died protecting their families. Freedoms have been won and lost in the efforts that cost lives. To give of one’s life is no small deed and should not go unrecognized. Disrespect for those lost lives should not be tolerated. Those who take lives disrespecting others just to help themselves should be stopped. Each of us as people have rights and we should recognize how we attained those rights. For those that have lost their rights we should have compassion. To tolerate continued loss of rights should be condemned and stopped in it tracks.
“freedom isn’t free unless everyone is free”
In the beginning there was one man and one woman whether you believe in God or not. In the beginning there was freedom in the human race. What happened?