Oh My you say, what is this headline doing on Soles Of Passion music website? Read on, and you’ll see where we’re coming from.
Well, this is one heck of a “shocking” headline isn’t it? So depressing to see this type of news out there from the UK. Testimony to the reality of what Gerald Celente always says, “When people lose everything, they lose it”.
Every day there are stories in the news about how the economic meltdown that started in 2008 is “growing” (in spite of what the mainstream media reports) and adversely affecting folks. Record levels of people filing for disability, food stamps, on and on. And some forecast things to get “a whole lot worse”.
This story underscores how important it is to “keep the faith” even in the face of adversity. Stress, disillusionment, and the psychological pressures brought about by the economic meltdown can get the best of you if you don’t have Faith. Faith is the keyword here. Faith is the antidote to fear. Fear is what causes folks to degrade into self-destructive behavior. We are our brother’s keeper, and if you believe that, lend a helping hand to those you see that appear to be “adrift” in the wake of all this stress. Remember man lives from “hope to hope”, not from day to day. Never lose hope, and try to give hope to everyone around you. Soles Of Passion’s song writing tries to convey this message.
This article written by Claire Duffin, and agencies for the London Telegraph starts out like this;
“Michael Cole, 56, was overcome by “chronic feelings of hopelessness” and directed his anger towards Susan, 53, Exeter Crown Court heard. The couple, who had no children, had both lost their jobs and faced the prospect of having their home being repossessed when their savings ran out. Cole had tried to convince his wife to make a suicide pact but she refused.”