|Posted by shawn cassidy on December 17, 2012 at 6:00 AM|
Life is something bigger than anyone can even begin to describe. For some it's an adventurous ride that lasts decades. Life can be a bit mysterious, or scary. Some life threatening problems can come up. But yet, it can sometimes surprise you, and pick apart your world.
Life is a big, swerve on a road that takes your hands off the wheel. Life is indescribable & is everything you could never imagine because you are living it. Live it to the fullest is what were told. No Regrets is what were told, and forget to surround yourself with lots of friendships. No enemies would be nice, and being nice to everyone is a way to live. Lots of mistakes we all make them. This is how we learn how to live the best day of your life, or to fix the issues that cause so many problems.
I don't want to go into laws, and politics. I don't set out to make anyone upset. This is my blog, and I'm not worried about what other blogs may worry about. And I may lose readers by saying this. But I hate guns, and I think America would be better without them. Is it possible, probably not. But what about the laws that surround guns. Background checks, and whatever needs to be done.
I lost someone this past year who was murdered by a gun. He was a 17 year old boy. He wasn't killed for a reason, or for doing anything. He was an innocent kid, murdered a week before Thanksgiving. We live in an age, and a time where the safest places are not safe. I've strictly posted things all basketball here. But my hate for guns has been long before this tragedy, and before my own personal tragedy I had to deal with this past year.
I don't believe in violence, and I don't believe in war. Maybe I have listened to John Lennon to much, but I believe in war is over if you want it.This quote is from Sean Lennon.
Sean Lennon Friday via Twitter
Heart aching over Connecticut. This doesn't happen when people go nuts in Japan or UK because Americans are over-armed. We need to disarm!
I love this country, but don't we have a lot of issues? Much like our Celtics we love dearly. John Lennon was shot, and killed by a gun in 1980. In 1999 George Harrison was attacked in the UK by a knife. I was thought if George was in America. I felt that he would have been shot, and killed. Again, I'm sorry this wasn't a Celtics topic this morning, but I had to get some things off my chest. Little kids won't be able to grow up, and start a blog about something they love. They were robbed by a man who should have been treated years ago, or not on the streets because of his mental health issues.
I'm not a great writer, and I don't proclaim that I am. But what's it going to take for America to change? I think enough has been done.
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