- Sarah: You know, when you have kids…if you have kids, there’s something you should know. Very confusing thing they don’t tell you. You see so much of yourself in them. You see…your ironic take on the world.
- Amber: That one was for me.
- Sarah: You see your smile, your walk, your sense of humour. Whatever. And you think they’re you. But they’re not you. They shouldn’t have all of your bagage, your fears and your insecurity and your life experience because that’s not fair. They have their own.
Licia Ronzulli is one cool woman.
Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.
I reblog that every time i see it.
That little girl is going to get to high school and take government/history classes and know more than the teacher
I am always tempted on days like these to weep for humanity. Because I know tragedies like the Boston bombing are only a drop of water in the never-ending tidal wave of human violence, because of the inevitable pain and suffering that follows….
It uplifts me to remember that humanity has many faces. There are those who seek destruction. But most people seek creation. The people who ran toward, not away, from those in the blast to offer a hand, those who are offering their homes to the displaced, those who are donating blood. Most people are helpers.