for this poor guy, that view is his reality today, in our world
i'm rotating between sitting on my computer in my house listening to music, working out, practicing my kicks, making food etc..
it's hard to truly believe this kind of thing could be happening in the same plane of existance when it seems so peaceful and mundane in our day to
day lives.and even as I type this out, yet there you are, complete chaos somewhere right now.
unimaginable that he can still be standing around there with a camera filming it for the outside world to view.
just a view into one person's life for a minute and twenty three seconds. and what a horrid nightmarish view it is.
what really bothers me is that a couple years ago I can remember in the back of my mind, Syria was relatively peaceful, we knew it, my friend had
Assassins creed, I looked it up, now look at it, that's how quickly things can change. one thing that view has taught me is to cherish what you
have right now.
Well said .
Its like the international timezones sometimes seem many years behind or in front ,rather than hours.
Its 7pm Friday night here ,calm ,clear silent and peaceful ,yet someone else somewhere is waking up to chaos and confusion.
This is just so sad... I can't even imagine... this is completely beyond words, absolutely terrible. This is a billion times more "terror" than would
have ever occurred had this western intervention been avoided...
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