The only constant is change.
Some change is welcome and some is not. Some unwelcome changes are worse than others. Personally, I can’t think of anything much worse than losing a loved one in sudden, unexpected, traumatic and mysterious circumstances.
That is exactly what happens to the children of those who lose their lives in custody. All of a sudden, the person who looked after them, fed them, clothed them, loved them, is gone. These kids are really up against it.
It is unfashionable these days to stick up for each other – to express compassion is to be labelled a ‘snowflake’. Uniting to support each other doesn’t create profit for anyone. The world we thought we lived in has been dismantled slowly and covertly over a number of decades, while we were all out shopping. Suddenly we are faced with the stark reality of what we have all allowed to happen.
As the late, great Bob Marley sang, there is “so much trouble in the world”. It sometimes feels overwhelming. So I’d like to start with this one thing:
Children of those whose lives have been lost in custody need help. So please click on the link to find out more.
Don’t kid yourself that we live in a world where children are not left to fend for themselves. Personally, I don’t think we ever did. It could happen here, it has happened here – it is happening here.
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha