In Brooklyn ….

Happy Monday, All!

It seems that the weekends always go by so fast. Yet, I am glad to have a place to work and a good number of friends to hang out and talk with.

Something occurred in a Brooklyn neighborhood where cars were set on fire and swastikas painted in different locations as well. Needless to say, it was a Jewish neighborhood. And this is occurring in today’s America! What might this symbolize? Are there some misdirected individuals or is this some sort of group consciousness being manifested in the same city where the events of “9/11” took place ten years ago?

This type of violence is frightening not only because of the symbols used, but no one seems to know “who done it”, so to speak. During these days, may we seek to find a “higher road” to travel and implement a level of wisdom, couple with peace and tolerance for others around us. Nearly a year has gone by since me and EE promised to advocate peace and attempt to awaken the love that many of us have in our hearts. May we continue our personal efforts in “Stop the Violence” as these Holy Days approach and learn to accept and appreciate our lives … and each other.

Have a great week!


John I. Cook, Director

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