Wednesday, August 5, 2009

No place is safe

No place is safe anymore, not a school, not an office building, not even a fitness center in Pennsylvania, from the ravages of people with diseased souls.

There is nowhere to go,nowhere to hide, no way to predict whether your building will be the next one targeted.

Miserable people killing only themselves has gone out of vogue; now people must kill complete strangers along the way, to inflict upon others the pain that tortured them.

Seems that all we can do is to make sure that each day when we leave our homes, we kiss and hug our loved ones and tell them that we love them; that we savor each day and never take a moment for granted; that we live without regrets and hide nothing in our closets that we might not have time to come back and clean up.


Chase March said...

We can't go around being scared. That is not the way to live a good and happy life.

I agree with you that we need to appreciate what we have and make sure we share that appreciation with those whom we love.

Life should never be about regret. And it shouldn't be about hiding either. Good points!

Lone Grey Squirrel said...

We often forget the fragility of life. It is necessary for us to be prepared and not leave things unsaid and undone that really count.

troutbirder said...

Well said. What a sad commentary on life in the modern world