What Is Happening To Our Youth Of Today
Today is December 14, 2012 and there has been again a horrible tragedy, this time in Newtown, Connecticut with the mass murders of 27 innocent people, in which 20 of them were precious children. What is happening to our youth of today and what cause someone to commit such a horrible crime?
I am going to try and explain my feelings of this mass shooting without breaking down again as all the world is doing every time it is broadcast on TV and radio. We don't even know these victims, and it is if our hearts were ripped right out of each and everyone of us across the world.
My heart is broken and and I weep for all those affected by this horrible tragedy. To see all those people and innocent children on the media, hugging and crying brings tears to my eyes, and I am sure the entire world as well.
Being born in the 50's I had never heard of anything happening, not even close to what is happening in our world today. It was a peaceful and loving life. No crime, no mass murders committed especially by our youth of today.
Why are so many young children messed up in their minds and commit such horrible crimes.
Could it be what we are eating or what is in our foods that cause these traumatic changes in our children's lives. I never have heard of things like this when I was being brought up on the 50's, 60's and 70's.
All of us that were brought up in those years were brought up with morals, love in the families and learned to respect everyone. We went to school unafraid each day ready to learn for our future as adults. These precious young children will never be able to see, touch or love their parents again. They will never be able to graduate, get married or have a family of their own all because of a sick person that took all of that away within minutes.
I'd rather not say what I am really feeling and thinking right now about this so called (human being), or is he human, if that is what you want to call him, but you know where I am coming from.
Could it be that parents are just to busy working two jobs to make ends meet and neglect their children and how they are being brought up.
Is it because the parents are too lenient with their children and let them come and go as they please with little or no discipline?
Parents need to keep a close eye on what their children are doing and acting like. They must monitor the child's internet and what they are searching on the web. We need to be aware of sign that would suggest there is something wrong with your child and if you do see signs of not being normal, do something, and get the help that child need before something horrible as the Newtown murders happens again.
Listen to you child when he/she speaks and pay close attention to the words that are spoken. Give them love and guidance through their years of growing up.
Don't act like just a friend to your child, act like a loving and caring PARENT.
Do things with your child that will bring a closer bond to the both of you and continue to tell them that you love them more than anything in the world. Show them love and respect, but do not just let them run like the wind and do anything they please.
The images are heart wrenching and something they, or us will never forget in our lifetime. To see the panic and fear on their faces, but so well organized, thanks to all the teachers and staff of the school that saved hundreds of lives of innocent young children.
The 20 children's lives cut short for no reason and the brave adults that gave their lives to save others, such as, Victoria Soto that told her students to get in the closets and cabinets and hide. The gunman asked her where her students were. She told the gunman her students were in the gym and then he shot and killed her and left. Victoria gave her life to save her entire classroom of 16 students. The young children that she taught, loved and cared for are alive thanks to Victoria Soto, 27 years of age.
This Is so Sad to Read. It Breaks My Heart
© 2012 Mark Bruno
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