Are you OK? I hope you are kind of chilling out. I hope that you now find some solace and ease.
Perhaps our love can go out to those that are suffering in the political sense. For they suffer in their own way, Though they are endowed with much. They suffer much. I hope that we do not only see the suffering of the physical.
I find it hard to ever not be okay politically speaking. I have my own opinions, but life goes on and change is made by people as a whole, not just in the political arena. So, I'm just dandy. How ' bout you?
Thank you for the sentiment Eric. I hope both sides of the fence finds solace and ease. In my view they both still suffer or it seems so with some and some places.
Your sentiments are very nice, Eric, caring for others' problems and wishing them a better life.
Here in India also we are much worried. The frequent terror strikes and internal disturbances in the border states with Pakistan, especially. People are suffering a lot. I hope God will do some justice in the near future to bestow them with a good, peaceful life.
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