Praying for Manchester

Such a terrible thing happened yesterday. In case you haven’t heard, there was a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert last night in Manchester. At least 22 people have died and around 60 others are injured and many children are missing. Many of those who died were in their early teens. It has appeared to be a suicide bombing and the police think the Islamic states were responsible for this crisis.

A concert should be a place where people can feel safe and have a good time. To some, concerts are a persons favorite memory, or something they look forward to all year long. People shouldn’t feel scared to go see their favorite singer, musician or anything! I am very hurt and upset that there are people out there who would want to see children, families and people die. Good people who didn’t deserve to die. All they wanted to do was see one of their favorite singers perform.

I pray that all missing children are reunited with their families soon, all people who were injured recovery soon and that everybody who passed away from that attack are resting peacefully. God is with you all.

 

Source: The Washington PostΒ 

 

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3 thoughts on “Praying for Manchester”

  1. I couldn’t agree more. It is truly tragic. It’s incredible how everyone pulled together, but we shouldn’t have had to. Personally knowing people who went to that concert, and being mutual friends of someone that sadly passed. It’s devestating to know that such innocent lives can be taken on what should be the most amazing night of their lives xx

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    1. I’m very sorry to hear that you lost somebody in such a tragic scene. We’re at a time in this world where people can be scared to even leave their homes because there’s strangers out there who would want to hurt you for no reason. I feel like that needs to be stopped. We shouldn’t be afraid to live our lives

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