Peace on Earth in ’22 — lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

Peace on Earth in ’22 If only we could clear the world of every tragic issue as though we’d wiped the slate clean with one gigantic tissue. If Pollyanna ruled the world, there’d be no end of cheer. There’d be no hungry children, no drunks crying in their beer. But in our potential Shangri-La, perfection’s […]

Peace on Earth in ’22 — lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

Judy’s poem says everything I feel right now. But maybe each of us is doing individually a lot better than we think we are. ❤

6 thoughts on “Peace on Earth in ’22 — lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

  1. I’ve been thinking for awhile now that we here in North America have become too socialist in our thinking. That is, if there’s something wrong “The government needs to do fix this!”
    I hear and read so often that “The govt should do something about the homeless; the govt should do more for the environment; the govt should take in/help refugees,” etc. While we go on as eager consumers for the polluters, grumble about the odd new co-worker, would never take in a homeless, etc.
    In her verse Judy’s proposing a more practical, personally responsible solution; doing what each one of us can do to help even one situation.

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