Posts Tagged ‘Easter’
This Easter is the 96th anniversary of the atrocious Armenian Genocide. It’s really sad how the American government puts politics over humanity. Aren’t we supposed to be better than that?
I’m also glad that the Kardashian sisters are brining attention to this by tweeting to their 8 million+ followers. I was reading Kim’s Facebook page a while back and came across a post from this girl from Turkey, saying that the Armenian genocide is a lie because if it were to be true, it would be in their history books. The ignorance got me so angry I had to stop reading.
As for all the Armenians who voted for Obama because he would recognize the Armenian genocide, -_-.
This Easter has been pretty much like every other Easter with my family, but one thing in particular made it special. When I was in church, I noticed this lady quickly walking out as her little boy who was probably 3 or 4 years old was trying to catch up behind her. Before the little boy left, he turned around, did a cross while walking backwards out of church, and then continued to catch up to his mom. His mother didn’t do that, and neither did half the other people who left church, even though we all know that when you leave church you’re supposed to walk outside backwards and do a cross.
I know it’s something small, but it was really touching for me to see this kid who doesn’t really understand much, do something we’re all supposed to be doing.
Anyways, Happy Easter everyone! How did you celebrate this Easter?