We can sit quietly, gazing up at the stars, or we can get involved and do something. WE can bring about change, but we have to want it. In the past month we have seen way too many examples of hate, and we have seen so many die. Is that the way it's supposed to be? Do we go through our life worrying about being shot or who we are going to shoot? (Take notice of how guns are involved in almost all of these horrible situations, and yet there are still those who say everyone has a right to own a gun - don't limit our freedom).
Racism is alive in the USA, but we have the power to end it. We can end the anti-gay hate too. In fact, we can see all hate done away with. I've seen some wonderful signs of people working together in the past few days, but as the various killing fade from memory, I am afraid that we will see that working together, come to an end. Folks this needs to be fixed now. Not one more life should be lost. Don't just trot out your concern when there is a terrible tragedy. Gay people deserve equal treatment. Black lives matter. Guns kill. These thing must be on our minds, and we must fix our brokenness. Again, we have the power. Every single one of us can make a difference.
Are you afraid? I can understand that. When you see people being shot, that can be a very scary thing. (I have a lot to say about fear, but will save that for tomorrow). Watching and doing nothing, does not make a problem go away though. Reach outside your comfort zone and you'll discover superpowers that you never knew you had. Let's all stop gazing, and start doing!