Today is a strange day, like it has been every day for the last four years. A day for remembering those who died unexpectedly and undeservedly, like many who die at another person’s hand. A day for reminding ourselves of the way governments globally capitalised on people’s fear in the name of ‘safety’, as opposed to the real agenda of domination and greed. A day for working towards a better society together as a united world and not letting wrong actions stay ignored because it is uncomfortable to do so.
Today is for our future. For each other. For love. For being together as one world.
Today is every day.