What we all can learn from #ParisAttacks?

This post will be in English.

I feel so devastated, so sad and angry, so heartbreaking from what had happened on this bloody 13th of November night in Paris, France. I have very mixed feelings and it’s hard to find words to explain that. All my thoughts are with #Paris today, I’m sending love and support to all friends in Paris, to all families and friends of victims. It’s something… very shocking, but not so surprisingly anymore. I see humans, but I am missing humanity in this world. For everything, about everything.

"When #Paris turned out its lights, the rest of the world turned them on."
“When #Paris turned out its lights, the rest of the world turned them on.”

It’s a total nonsense what had just happened. What we all can learn from that?
– love your family and friends, appreciate their love and give the same;
– don’t let your emotions overpower your thoughts about refugees;
– terrorism has no religion; it has nothing just evil;
– it’s scary, but we can’t let fear to paralyze us;
– you can’t feel safe anywhere, you never know what is around the corner, so always keep sharp and fight evil if you see it around you.

“Three crosses” monument in Vilnius, Lithuania shines France flag’s colours to show solidarity with #Paris for #ParisAttacks

Stay strong, Paris!

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