Mr. President, comments about kung-flu won’t change the death toll of your people. Blame China all you want, it still doesn’t justify anything about your childish personality. I know you’ll never read this but people gotta vent ya know? I’m not even from the United States and ya make me wanna bitch!
The president mocked China again during the historical onset of COVID-19 in a racist effort to self-promote and change public opinion on his handling of the pandemic.
In the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit. I have become one, just like they said. I enlighten more and more every single day. I see more and more connections to oneness every day. I am being, I exist. Amen.
The memory of your sadness will never go away. This memory can in turn make you sad again, But, fear not! Sadness is a perfectly healthy response confirming that you feel love. When someone you love gets hurt you feel sad or angry for them simply because you love them. Try to remember all sadness comes from the drive of love which can invoke a wide range of emotion. The memory of your sadness is in response of your drive to love.
Sports and leagues are planning on opening up again with major changes being made for example, there won’t be anybody in the seats because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Golf is back while the NBA is on course to a July 31st reopening. Major League Soccer will also be making their return early next month.
The MLB is going back and forth without any real decisions being made meanwhile the NHL is a go for sure. They just need to set a date and play into the summer. They will also be choosing two buildings to play in for the season reducing the transfer of disease. There will be no fans in the seats which should make for some interesting dialogue one normally wouldn’t hear with all of that noise from the crowd being non-existent.
Friday June 12, 2020 makes World Day Against Child Labour. “In the current health emergency situation, in several countries many children and young people are forced into jobs that are inappropriate for their age in order to help their families in conditions of extreme poverty.” Pope Francis explained.
“We are all responsible for the scourge of child labour.” His Holiness appealed to the international community to protect boys and girls who are forced into child labour losing their childhoods and more.