Our World is in Chaos…

This world we live in is becoming scarier and more dangerous by the minute. Our black friends and families being shot and killed within minutes of encountering a cop. Our police officers being shot, injured and killed by snipers. Innocent club goers being killed by a person who hates their sexual orientation. There is just so much hate and animosity in our world. We need to come together, pray together and be there for one another. This is not the world we want to leave behind for our children. We need to unify and make things right. I know I’ll be over here praying for everyone and praying for strength to live in such a wicked world. Praying for everyone who has lost a loved one and for everyone who fears the worst when they step outside of their home. God bless xo.


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