All day-night…

Whether it’s eight days a week, a night that’s hardly a day, dying for another.

Whether it’s eight days a week, a night that’s hardly a day, dying for another….I have found our biggest point of commonality:

We are co-inhabitants of the same planet and our global community needs our participation and respect…hug another, hug your mother, hug yourself…make Joy.

Every day — every night gives us another chance to romance with the stones of life and kiss the mirror. Forgive yourself so you can learn to forgive your neighbors, friends and former foes…

Originally published at medium.com

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