“We can let our children ride their bikes all across town, all day long, and trust without a shadow of a doubt they are safe.”K Indiana
wow that’s heavy. Thats a loaded sentence.That’s hard to say in todays day an age. let’s take a moment just to appreciate that statement. As parents there are a few things we want for our kids and I think we can agree that our kids safety is in the top 3 on that list. call me soft. call me what you will it’s never muched bothered me, but I cried when I read that statement by the town. I now want to live in. I couldn’t help myself I don’t know if it was relief, shock or happiness. Maybe it was a glimpse at the chance of a dream fulfilled. It was one of those cries that you feel deep down in your soul. It wasn’t a long cry ,but it was powerful. It’s silly right. something so simple as our kids and our communities safety. It’s sad that it so rare. That there’s so much senseless violence and evil people in this world. The American dream has always been freedom and safety. You think our forefathers wanted us to kill and cheat each other. No they tried to give us the best shot at a life of freedom. you get more bees with honey not vinegar. so we move on i don’t know without a shadow of a doubt what I should do. but I do know without a shadow of a doubt its gonna be whats best for my daughter period. The bicycle is a metaphor but also quite littoral. we all have the ability to see our future. what do you think dejavu is. its that picture in your head, that you held for your future coming true. so fear not when you experience it. its just the plan complete. we all do the best we can with the situation we’ve been delt. please don’t be discouraged if you have had a rough go. community’s thrive and become safe through the continuous actions of us the adults. things are safe because we say no to danger. we have to stand and protect whats most precious to us. thats the commitment I made the day I become a father the day this shit got real. I know I’m not alone and guess what you aren’t alone. As always adapt and live. thank you.
Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”