Our dystopian world?
I was troubled by a recent article in the Florence, Alabama newspaper, The Times Daily.
I had to read it and digest it in the context of what it meant for the world that I live in now and the world that my grandchildren will inherit.
It left me feeling unsettled but determined.
Campaign teaches bystanders to save lives
“As the number of mass shootings continues to climb across the United States, emergency medical workers are seeking to arm bystanders with the knowledge, equipment, and confidence needed to save lives during bleeding emergencies.
“The White House launched the Stop the Bleed Campaign in October 2015 which grew out of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting in 2012.” ~Times Daily
Now in my country
It’s another time. It’s another continent.
Yet, all I can think is “Cry, the beloved country, for the unborn child that’s the inheritor of our fear.” Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton
My beloved country.