April 12, 2020

Coming together for corona

by Christopher Trotter (author's profile)


April 5, 2020
Dear Outside World,

As a U.S. Army (National Guard) veteran, I am very proud to see how all Americans, regardless of race, color, or creed are coming together to fight the war against corona. But why does it always take some type of tragedy to happen before we as a people can come together as an American family, and be of good will and service to one another.

All over the world, I see acts of kindness, sacrifice, and service taking place. But would this same sense of human purpose and service be taking place if it weren't for corona? What happens once this corona war is won? Do we all just go back to our selfish lives?

Lets not wait for the next tragedy to hit before we come together with a sense of human purpose. We all have a devine calling in life, and that purpose is to be of service to one another. Because the only thing we can take with us from this life, is the good we have done for others.

Strong but Human,
Christopher Trotter
P.O. Box 1111
Carlisle, IN 42838


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Girlmeetsboy Posted 1 year, 2 months ago. ✓ Mailed 1 year, 1 month ago   Favorite
Hello, I just wanted to say your handwriting is beautiful. I'm a tad bit jealous, lol. Your writing is very simple but profound.

Christopher Trotter Posted 1 year, 1 month ago.   Favorite
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