It was so simple and so pure. I think that the reason it touched me so was the source was so unexpected and seemed so unflappable. Here stood a very buttoned up, polished, seemingly powerful business man in a conference room surrounded by an amazing panoramic view and leather tufted furnishings. I can only assume that he was talking to one of his clients as he said to the caller "Be kind to each other. We are all hurting now".
I truly believe that we will all come out of our country's issues stronger and more humble. As a society we need to take from what is happening, learn from our collective mistakes and come out the other side.
I also ask you if you have moved in the last four years to make sure that your voter's registration is up to date, immediately, as deadlines in most states are coming up very soon. Take the time to learn the issues at hand and truly reflect on who you think will best represent our country going forward. Remember that if you don't vote it's like giving your vote to your opponent.