peace on world

Do not over analyze and take things for what they are. Doing too many calculations in the mind can blow things out of proportion. So take it lightly. Live peacefully.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin
Your mind is like a magnet. Depending on what you think, you will then attract into your life. Be mindful of what thoughts go through your head, for you never know what they’re drawing towards you.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin
The events that happened in Manchester are not a joke

I’ve seen many posts on twitter joking around about the Manchester event claiming they don’t blame the bombers or “last time I listened to Ariana Grande, I died too.” All of you need to take a step back and look at what you’re joking around about;

Saffie Rose Roussos (girl on the left) was eight years old, killed by the Manchester blast. She was described as “ “simply a beautiful little girl.. quiet and unassuming with a creative flair” by her teacher.

Eighteen years old Georgina Callander (girl on the right) also reported dead from the events. 

“At least 12 victims aged 16 or under are being treated at a children’s hospital for serious injuries, some of them fighting for their lives, a Manchester health official said.”

Anyone remember Olivia Campbell (fifteen years old)? The girls face has been retweeted over and over again on Twitter, and she’s still missing. 

These young girls and many other children have had their lives taken away and some of you have the audacity to joke around about it. I don’t care if it’s “dark comedy,” it’s horrible and heartless to even think for a moment “Ya I don’t blame the bomber for doing what he did” simply because it was an Ariana Grande concert. 

Get your head out of your ass and be respectful of those who have passed away and the families that are now suffering because of these losses.