Frankly, I become sad, angry and frustrated with fellow human beings believing it is cool or okay to belittle, harass, bully or shame a peaceful fellow human, WHO THRU NO FAULT OF HIS OR HER OWN, is experiencing and dealing with a medical disease or condition.
Thankfully, Berlange Presilus recognized her path is to bring AWARENESS, as well as share knowledge about a rare debilitating medical disease and condition.
A medical condition that not only caused physical pain. A medical condition that caused Ms. Presilus to experience emotional pain and discomfort witnessing human ignorance, as well as lack of compassion, empathy and respect for a peaceful fellow human, who through no fault of her own, is dealing with a painful, Quality of Life harming human disease that could affect anyone one of us.
An Atlanta father’s act of heroism, unfortunately, cost him his life. Brandon Gamble, the father of five children, was tragically killed in a house fire on Thursday but he managed to help his family escape from the burning home. Firefighters said the 30-year-old sacrificed himself in order to help his family get through a window to safety. […]
Before sharing this article I Googled “Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention,” mentioned in this news article, which led me to this recent news article, “Sexual Assaults at Highest Ever Level in Sweden, New Figures Reveal” By Laura on November 16, 2017.
“These figures are particularly shocking considering that Defend Europa reported in July that 43% of rapes in Sweden are carried out on children. Additionally, we also reported that 92% of all “severe rapes” (violent rapes) in Sweden are carried out by people with a migratory/asylum background.”