Vive la France

Here in Paris, it is all so sad. Our world has gone mad. The worst thing is that most of the victims will be young because the 11th Arrondissement is an area that is very hip, and it was Friday night.


Our prayer is that we can all unite and find a way to rediscover a way to live together. By all means, plan a trip to Paris. Do not let these monsters turn Paris into another Egypt where everyone is afraid to come.

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