The Dead Are Never Forgotten. 4th Anniversary of Haiti Earthquake
4 years ago today close to 300,000 Haitians lost their lives in less time than it will take you to read this post.
If being crushed to death wasn’t a cruel enough fate, most of the innocent victims found their way into the back of dump trucks and were unceremoniously deposited into mass burial pits in a place called Titanyen. Truth be told, I have often wondered where was GOD in those fateful moments?
To observe this hallowed anniversary, in a few moments I will travel to the mass graves in Titanyen where my soul will descend into the abyss. I will journey through the catacombs of bones and concrete and comfort the forsaken with the love and strength bestowed unto me by my family and friends.
The dead are never dead until they are forgotten and I refuse to allow even one soul to be left in anguished obscurity.
This is all I have to say for today.
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