Emotional level: 7

Mental level: 8

TODAY I LEARNED: Ketchup was sold as medicine in the 1830’s.

How is everyone today? Hope you all are well and doing at least one thing a day that you love. A lot of things have spiraled through my constant mind in the past few days and honestly…it’s exhausting. But one of the topics that came to mind really got me thinking.

I saw a post about someone getting stoned to death and honestly, the thought that something so horrible still happens is so very sad and heartbreaking. With that being said, I want to talk about discrimination.

Discrimination can be a couple things, but in negative regards, it’s the horrible way people treat others due to a variety of factors such as their age, skin color, orientation, or just anything that can be discriminated in some way.

In the world we live in today, discrimination is abound. There are plenty of places, especially public places, where people are horrible to each other. But honestly I have to ask…what happened to us? Why are so many people such hateful creatures? Was it always this way? Could we not see it in the past like we can now?

I know, too many questions. 😊 But I really do wonder. Most people I encounter throughout the day are somewhat pleasant, but sometimes those hateful beings come waltzing through the door and it takes all the patience I have to deal with them. They need something in their life. Maybe a purpose or just simple love.

Maybe that’s all we need throughout our day is to know we’re loved. It definitely helps. Even if you only have a little to give to someone else or even yourself, love can go a long way. So, that’s what I’m going to do today. Spread the love. As cheesy as that sounds, I know it’s needed. We all need it. ❤

Blessed Be )O(

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