I Still Believe

It is time to spread HOPE!

 

It says unity. It says I got you. It says love, it says friendship. It doesn’t say anything about social class. It speaks for itself. No one can tear it apart and make it negative. Its the way the world was intended, beautiful, with differences. So just by saying I still believe, we’re saying I still believe we will see each other the way God sees us, perfect in his image. That’s what I see.

~Sharonda Calderon

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We may not be able to see the stars in the sky because of the trees, but they are still there. We may not be able to see the effects of a single drop of rain, but the proof of its importance is there. With so much pain, anger, and destruction surrounding us, it’s difficult to see the positives in life today, but it’s there.

Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there. Hope is the most powerful possession we have to keep us moving from day to day. Somewhere there is someone that has lost their hope because they can’t see past the pain.

As we watch America on fire, fueled with hurt, pain and blame. We will also see the extinguishing of those same fires with hope, love and understanding. I still believe that we as a people will overcome the hate that was meant to divide us. I still believe there are people that love unconditionally. I still believe there is hope in tomorrow.

Hope is not lost, its covered by the trees. There are just times that people need to be reminded how important they are, and that hope is still there.

All men and women who serve as police officers and all the family members of those officers deserve the full support of their police departments. This support is earned both while the officer is working and after his of her death, regardless of the cause of death. All officers should be interviewed regularly and privately by a mental health provider. Any police officer who ridicules another for seeking mental help should be placed on probation. Police departments which fall shirt of these standards such be brought to public attention.

Richard Evans

Houston, TX

I just want you to know, you’re loved. I know it’s hard being an officer or retired officer in this world right now. You are appreciated. YOU MATTER!!

Brittany Baxter

Benton, KY

#ISTILLBELIEVE

Deb Dupie

Marshfield, MA

Let your light shine before men that they may see your good deeds. Matthew 5:16. Prayers are with all of you on the frontline right now
Mel Gole

NSW Australia

 #IStillBelieve there is good in the world. I believe we will all get through this if we work together. I believe in kindness, acceptance, and love.

Bryanna

Age: 27

I believe that there are still good people out there in this world even through all the hate and wrong that is happening. One man’s actions do not dictate the actions of another and one man’s life taken is not justified by taking another man’s life. I back the blue and will always stand with the blue because I know of their sacrifices they are making for their cities everyday.

Taryn Smith

Age: 27, Las Vegas

I still believe in humanity.

Odarrius

Age: 23

There are many ways to get help, you just need to reach out. Losing anyone, whether it is an officer, teacher or friend, is one too many. Officer suicide is growing as they no longer have the respect they deserve. Please, if you know anyone that is in this field, please reach out and get them to talk. It could save a life….

Pam Alcorn

Nashville, TN

When everyone else is running away, our Blue brothers and sisters are running in, not knowing what’s on the other side of that call. We need to be vigilant and watch our 12 and let our brothers and sisters in blue know that we Got their 6. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help, that doesn’t make you weak it will only make you stronger. To the families who have lost their love one to suicide, IGY6, to my brothers and sisters in Blue, as a former LEO myself IGY6 always and forever. I am the co-founder of Strong Tower Ministries a PTSD ministry for Police fire EMS and military, if you ever feel alone, afraid, or that you’ve reached your end, I’m only one call away. Blue Blood for life Dave
Dave Herald

Boones Mill, VA

I still believe in good police officers and good people.

Octavius

Age: 19

I believe Peace is possible. I believe Hope is possible. I believe true Love of humanity is possible. I believe we will one day see us as God sees us as one race; the human race made in His perfect image. God loves you and so do I. Edie Darling Ambassador of Peace

Edie Darling

Florida

I see you, I hear you, I know you. I know you go to work because you believe in making a safer world. I am so sorry that things are so overwhelming right now. I pray for you and everyone in the US and the rest of the world that there may be a peaceful resolution and that everyone goes home safely.

Melissa Gole

Age: 36, NSW Australia

I Still Believe ! Nothing could EVER change my mind.

Mandy Moss

Merced, CA

I hope that we can see people as people, that we do not judge based on looks but judge by positive interactions and getting to know someone first.

Miranda Marx

Pawnee, IL

#IStillBelieve Thank you, to all police officers. It takes a lot of strength, courage, bravery and selflessness to do your job. You are the keepers of law and order, the peacemakers of society. Know, that you are not alone; God has your back. We need you.

#ISTILLBELIEVE

Nicole Criag

Garland, TX

I still believe in the wonderful work you are all doing policing our communities.
Stay safe.

Narelle Liddell

Victoria, Australia

I believe that there are still good people out there in this world even through all the hate and wrong that is happening. One man’s actions do not dictate the actions of another and one man’s life taken is not justified by taking another man’s life. I back the blue and will always stand with the blue because I know of their sacrifices they are making for their cities everyday.
Taryn Smith

Las Vegas, NV

I still believe in a good seasoned taco.

Omarrion

Age: 13

Prayers to all my Sisters and Brothers out there. Stay strong and vigilant!!! ❤️????

Caroline

Ohio

#ISTILLBELIEVE each and every one of us were called to fulfill a bigger purpose than to carry a badge and a gun. That does not make any of us. Under all this armor that the Almighty have allowed us to represent, to serve and protect humanity, there is a huge heart. Righteousness and doing everything with integrity, with dignity and respect, fair and equal among all the races, we together can save America. Do not turn your head to the other side. Do not ever confused weakness with humbleness. #Stigmasmasher #pme-2cores.org
Deliris Montanez

El Paso, TX

#IStillBelieve
Thank you, to all police officers. It takes a lot of strength, courage, bravery and selflessness to do your job. You are the keepers of law and order, the peacemakers of society. Know, that you are not alone; God has your back.
We need you.

My wish for everyone is to always believe there will be sunshine after the rain. Believe in the goodness of humanity and celebrate diversity. Believe in faith, hope and charity. Believe in everything that happens is a stepping stone for what lies ahead. Believe in God’s plan for the world and all of us in it. Most of all my wish for each and everyone one of us is to never give up.

Carol Holobinka

North Carolina