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March 29, 2018



Beautiful and powerful Friday reflection. As we see the media tactic on how they’re trying to shed a light on very difficult subject of violence and shootings. Yet within the time frame of less than a few months, there’s been more increases on guns and threats found in school, while other parties are lending there voices to stop the violences related to guns. A lot of oppinions and thoughts can be made on this topic, but yet it feels like it only adds fuel to the fire and more chaos being shown. People are left with what’s to ponder, is it the guns (machine) or is it the the individual (human) that’s holding that machine. The war of machine vs humans. Humans design machine now they’re fearing the machines- who is really in control?


The recent movements by the students in United States must sustain. then like in 60s it will bring a positive change.
Road is not simple but must not give up.

Only pawn

Must watch: only a pawn in their game
One of the best of Dylan


timely reminder

MM fan

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

― Margaret Mead


One of my favorite Bob Dylan songs.
This song has exceptional poetry.

Gabriela Thompson

I hadn’t paid close attention to the lyrics... beautiful and very relevant.
It’s all so senseless but these (young) leaders are giving us a great lesson


Very touching and poignant, I have shared with friends.

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