INNOCENCE LOST

INNOCENCE LOST

San Bernardino school shooting — lives lost — children shot — children as witnesses.

In a heartbeat — the innocence of childhood is shattered.

Don’t give me that crap about children being so resilient! NO — these children suffered a trauma. These blameless victims will never know true freedom. Sure, life will go on, but their brains will rewire themselves, and things will never be the same. All of this because grown people couldn’t hold themselves together. Who knows what they suffered as children. Yes, it’s going to show up at some point in life — these traumas — these triggers — these tragedies.

My heart goes out to children, those here, and those sprayed with chemicals because grown people can’t hold themselves together!

Bottom line — people need to be loved — need to feel love and feel loveable. Why does this concept get so screwed up? Why do we screw it up? Pain — it rewires the brain — and things get screwed up.

How do we unscrew ourselves??

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Dharlene Marie Fahl is an entrepreneur and approaches everything she does with a universal, collaborative and cooperative spirit and is a CEO Space graduate and lifetime member. She has been a retail gift shop owner, a healing centre owner and operator, as well as a restaurant general manager and a director of training for a restaurant company responsible for seven restaurants. Her education and training is in Hospitality Management.

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