Orlando shooting

The interpretation of the songs below and a new addition

I waited to write my interpretations to the songs, because the time to write them is now, because I found the missing piece to add to them just now. I didn’t know about a missing piece before, but I knew I needed to wait. The universe will always answer your questions and give you what you are looking for, if you look for them (and know how to look for them). After the tragic incident in Florida, we can all see the evil that can be done to this world from one person alone. We can also see the good that can come from it. Afterwards, everyone unites in good intention and harmony, and you can understand the simple message I am trying to get across, and the simple message from the book I have linked here on the main page. It is the truth, it is what Jesus wanted. The difference is, we can all live in harmony and not have to worry about these mass shooters anymore, because everyone will be 100% in harmony in heaven.

The interpretations to the songs are also simple.

Matisyahu says in his song “One Day” the same thing I am saying in his own words, in a song. One day meaning, one day everyone will understand how to be in harmony, “stop with the violence, stop with the hate” is the main thing causing so many problems. The shooter in Orlando acted on violence and hate. Matisyahu says in his song “One Day” that he is ready for the day it is all gone, we just all have to understand how to get there. Stop acting on bad intention. I recommend listening to more songs by Matisyahu, as they all speak messages for everyone to understand.

The song by Bone Thugs N Harmony say the same thing in their own words, just listen to it, and really listen to the words, it’ll come to you if you seek it from yourself honestly. Get the lyrics if you need to and read them.

Now, to put what I found, because it was posted on Facebook. Read this story posted by Kelly Davis Karas (I do not know her, but her story did touch me and gave me the answers to post this) from her experience –

Below is a picture of Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo. Omar, as his friends and family called him, was a Latino man gunned down at an LGBTQ bar in Orlando last weekend. He was 20-years-old.

Today my dear friend Melinda and I had the sad privilege of attending to his grandmother on our flight as she made her journey to Orlando to join her family during this unspeakable time.

Knowing she was making this hard journey alone, JetBlue employees made sure to be at her side every step of the way. Melinda stood quietly by her wheelchair while we waited until it was time to board. Kellie, the gate agent, boarded with her and helped get her settled. Melinda and I gave her a blanket, a pillow, a box of tissues and water so she could be as comfortable as possible. She was understandably distraught, but met us with kindness and gentleness. And gratitude.

But here’s where our flight got truly inspiring. I had the idea to pass around a piece of paper to everyone on board and invite them to sign it for this grieving grandmother. I talked it over with Melinda and she started the process from the back of the plane. As we took beverage orders, we whispered a heads up about the plan as we went.

Halfway through, Melinda called me, “Kel, I think you should start another paper from the front. Folks are writing PARAGRAPHS.” So I did. Then we started one in the middle. Lastly, running out of time on our hour and fifteen minute flight, we handed out pieces of paper to everyone still waiting.

When we gathered them together to present them to her, we didn’t have just a sheet of paper covered in names, which is what I had envisioned. Instead, we had page after page after page after page of long messages offering condolences, peace, love and support. There were even a couple of cash donations, and more than a few tears.
When we landed, I made an announcement that the company had emailed to us earlier in the morning to use as an optional addition to our normal landing announcement, which states “JetBlue stands with Orlando.” Then with her permission and at the request of a couple of passengers, we offered a moment of silence in Omar’s memory.

As we deplaned, EVERY SINGLE PERSON STOPPED TO OFFER HER THEIR CONDOLENCES. Some just said they were sorry, some touched her hand, some hugged her, some cried with her. But every single person stopped to speak to her, and not a single person was impatient at the slower deplaning process.

I am moved to tears yet again as I struggle to put our experience into words. In spite of a few hateful, broken human beings in this world who can all too easily legally get their hands on mass assault weapons – people ARE kind. People DO care. And through our customers’ humanity today, and through the generosity of this wonderful company I am so grateful to work for, I am hopeful that someday soon we can rally together to make the world a safer place for all.
I will never forget today. ‪#‎Orlandoproud‬