#cyberpeacefare "Sin of Omission" /Margaret E Sangster

"It isn't the thing you do;

It's the thing you leave undone,

Which gives you a bit of heartache

At the setting sun.


........The stone you might have lifted

Out of a brother's way,

The bit of heartsome counsel

You were too hurried to say.

"We are the world"-"U & Me -UsAll"- "Let's Make IT Bet Ter"

("Don't Leave Undone"  - Become Cyberpeacecitizen - RT "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me" song lyrics - OR- Retweet this Posting.  Be "like a butterfly causing a tsunami" (chaos theory) - Cause a Universal Peace Uprising - Only takes a momentary conscience ?) Al

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