For the first time ever, in all of my Thematic Photographic posts, I was at a complete loss to post. My thoughts at every corner of industrial anything, continued to draw upon that one word disease which constantly attacked my beating soul.
Just so you know, this industry is what my son-in-law, does for a living, besides being a proud Minnesota National Guard.
Guns, weapons- are valuable.
It is a respectable career, with it's occupational hazards.
A necessary evil. I respect all weapons, in their proper and essential places. Handled by those ever so trained in their field of serving and protecting, or killing and eating (although I myself would never be a hunter) I don't even care for the taste of venison.
Sadly, as with all human industrial endeavors, proper handling is NOT always the case.
Far too many victims, have fallen, at the hands of this industrial disease, this waste. A horrific waste of valuable, treasured lives gone forever.
Again, it's not guns, or machines or the birth of evil substances dumped in rivers and etc. but rather by the hand of one or more humans delivering evil.
We must not ever turn our backs, on violence.
"Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, that is the risk of doing nothing."
- Denis Waitley
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