change is possible.
we can choose peace. we can choose to live in a society that creates a culture of nonviolence and values life more than a weapon of war. a society and culture that sees the life of others as more valuable and sacred than a hobby or some far stretched interpretation of the Second Amendment, that impedes on and jeopardizes another’s’ life.
what we saw today were seeds, some planted long ago in blood and grief and some all too recent, being born to life.
i’m inspired by the strength i see from these young people, their focus and poise, their authenticity, their courage, their persistence.
grateful for them and all of the students i saw today marching, the teachers, the artists, the veterans who see a continued call to serve – still honoring their oath to protect and see sensible and desperately needed gun reform as part of that, lending their voice.
pictures (some me by me and some by my friends at the march today) of beautiful friends with incredible hearts and beautiful strangers with incredible hearts below ✊🏻😌❤️🙏🏻📿
#MarchForOurLivesSD #MarchForOurLives #ENOUGH #NeverAgain #EndGunViolence #TheLongArc #PlantingSeeds #EngagedBuddhist #EngagedBuddhism #MindfulResistanc
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This is wonderful. Make me feel proud of the United States. Time for the all of us to stand as one. The photos are outstanding.
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This is what USA support to be. Stand for the right things and together seeking the same purpose.