Crazy news events

11 Feb

To my faithful readers, I am sorry that I haven’t written in a while. I’ve allowed other things to grab my attention, and I plan to discipline myself to write more. I can’t believe the crazy news events going on in our world. The pope is going to resign, a former L.A. police officer is on a killing spree, earthquakes are happening, and shooting are happening almost daily. Just once, I would love to wake up and watch the news and hear only good stories, but the chances of that happening are very slim. Evil exist in our world. It’s a fact of life. It sounds like former police officer Christopher Dorner was unjustly fired, but he is going about it the wrong way. It is never right to take a human life. My heart goes out to the families of the  people he has already killed, and the  40 people that he listed that he is going to kill, and the LAPD are now protecting. He has the upper hand because he knows how the LAPD operates, and is well-trained. I hope that he turns himself in, and won’t kill anymore people. Hopefully, he  won’t be killed. All police officers are on high alert, and are doing their best to find him. The police have a tough job as it is without having to worry about one of their own trying to kill them. Two officers were sitting in their patrol car, and Dorner opened fire on them.   There is good in the world, but unfortunately, the news media doesn’t dwell on that. People go out of their way to help each other daily, and we don’t hear too much about that. People need to know that someone cares about them.  That is why I admire organizations like the Red Cross, Foodshare, the Children’s Miracle Network,  and the Salvation Army, just to name a few. They are always ready to jump in when needed and render assistance.    After all, isn’t that what we are here for?  To help one another in this thing called life.  The late Rodney King said it best. Can’t we all just get along?  Tomorrow, try to find someone who you can help. Even if it is just helping them across the street,  opening a door for them, or just taking the time to sit down and listen to someone talk. Send a card or a letter, or  make a brief phone call to a friend, and let them know that you are thinking of them, and wondering how they are doing.  You will feel good after doing so, and so will the person that you chose to help. Take care of yourselves.

Christopher Dorner LAPD

Christopher Dorner LAPD (Photo credit:


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