Don’t Ask Why

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Last week was a hard one on Planet Earth. News came of 500 African refugees drowning in the Mediterranean. On the same newsfeed, I saw a report of the death by global warming of the Great Barrier Reef near Australia, the world’s largest living thing.

I grieved.  Who wouldn’t be saddened by such enormous losses? I stayed sad for days. I tend to such reactions, but there was more going on, and it might be valuable to look at the causes. 

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3 Responses to Don’t Ask Why

  1. Cynthia Marcopulos says:

    Good morning, David,
    Thank you for this thoughtful insight of what is going on and how it affects us.

    I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind if I can post it on my Facebook page. I just started with Facebook to promote my little business, and some people actually “think” out there and just don’t post mindless rant.


  2. Olga Kinsey says:

    This is inspiring. Thank you for this 🙂

  3. Thank you for this inspiring article, David.
    I have been battling with a lot of worries right now. Mostly with things that does not happen yet, but I am continuously thinking about why this happened and what should I do. This worrying gives me stress and I sometimes find myself stuck in the situation. This article is refreshing. Now I realize how too much worrying affect my everyday living, that I should avoid asking Why in every situation and just accept it as unknown. Thank you for this thoughtful piece, more power. edubirdie paper writing

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