The origin of FamilyOfMan

The origin of FamilyOfMan

The God I worship loves his children. He does not hold one above another. He has given each of us the gift of life and told us to embrace it and to make of it what we will. We are all connected with each other, because we all spring from the same spiritual DNA. Every one of us is brother or sister to the other. God asks us to love one another and serve each other. And when, on March 22, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium, a handful of my fellow brothers took it upon themselves to administer death and maiming upon others of my brothers and sisters my soul ripped. My precious blood spilled on the Airport tiles and in the subway car, because I am connected to every bit of flesh that shrapnel penetrated. And then in the riot of my feelings, my heart spoke. “Share the love that I feel.” As I developed that theme, I watched a video by the Mormons. And in moments, this website came into being. First in my heart and soul. Now, on the web. In the video, people share their pictures of family with the world. As they introduce those in their pictures, the love in their voices resonates with my spirit. Their love for those in their pictures. Their love for the one they are sharing their picture with. [that would be you and me.] and now, you can do the same . . .

How do I post my pictures?

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