I think now we live in era where when we step out of our houses we will meet so many people with so many different ways of thinking. Something we might think is truly right, can turn out to be dead wrong for others.
If it happens at the level of daily basis of life it will be fine. But this middle-east war thing has been running around my mind lately, I thought people were sticking up for Palestina, I meant they were, but I didn’t think I would know someone who are not.
Who he is, is not something crucial to tell, but reading his post about GAZA and his opinion toward it just hit me to the face. Once again what he said is not something crucial to tell, but the point is I realized that differences were so much more real (or real-er) that I had thought they were in my whole entire life.
In the end of the day, although now I’m aware that what’s happening at this time there, is because differences, and life, human beings and differences are inseparable, I still would love to admit there’s a big part of myself thinks that all I want for this world is peace.
And for that I’m inviting everyone who reads this and has the same wish as mine to pray, pray for kindness, pray for compassion, pray for peace, pray for the serenity in prayers, pray for humility, pray until we can’t pray anymore…