What We All Learn From Ariana Grandes Manchester Bombing
Some things are shocking and some things make you pause and say ” really? “. But ladies and gentlemen that is life, it full of surprises. Throughout my 24 years of living on this earth, I never thought i will see a terrorist attack at a music concert. I am sure perhaps you too have never witness such atrocities occurring at music concert. Nevertheless I think there are some things we can learn from this bombing. The bombing taught us that another day is not promised to us, so live any moment like it was your last. It also taught how terrorism has become a dangerous epidemic in western countries.
1. Another Day Or Even Moment Is Not Promised To Any Of Us
Perhaps you heard of this and think it sounds like a cliche for me to repeat it but the ” tomorrow is not promise to us” saying should definitely be taken more seriously in our society. Is there something you need to do but have been procrastinating it daily? Maybe its forgiving someone who has offended you, finding your
and living it, getting g married, having children, or anything you will regret if you die without it. Live your life to the fullest but at the same time also be cautious. Nothing is more fulfilling that living out your purpose. That’s seeking why you were born on this earth, and doing your best to fulfill that purpose.
Sadly it is estimated that most Americans hate their job. In fact , I statistics states that more than 80% of Americans despite their job and only do it so they can pay thief bills. Ladies and gentlemen God didn’t create us to live like this.
2. Terrorism Is Becoming A Daily Battle In The Western Society.
It was Dr Myles Munroe who said
“Ideas rule the world not people” and terrorism is a definite proof of his quote. You see ladies and gentlemen, terrorism is an idea not simple one country attacking another due to their differences. You would be very naïve to think otherwise.
It has become almost a daily battle in western countries. What’s even more disheartening is that it doesn’t seem to be decreasing instead its increasing day after day. So how can societies tackle it because that’s one thing this bombing has taught us. So how do we fight ideas because as I stated before we are not fighting people or countries but ideas. We have to seeks ways to fight the idea of terrorism because that is the only way we will win.