This morning there were news everywhere on television and in the radio about the artillery attack from North Korea to South Korea. 15 South Korean soldiers and three civilians were injured while couple have died. The President of South Korea, Lee Myung-bak, is quite furious since it was also the civilians that were impacted, especially when South Korea was providing humanitarian aid to the North Korea. Lee said that this was an invasion in the South Korean territory. (here) And thus, the President has announced that the soldiers should punish North Korea “through action” and not just words.
Countries all over the world is talking about this event that occured including the United States, Canada and China.
It came into a big surprised actually. I’ve heard people were talking about it on Twitter, and who knows where. The WORLD needs to pay close attention to what is happening right now because it could easily effect the world itself.
However, the question is, “Why can’t there just be peace?” Yes, the Korean War ended with an armistics in 1953, and the “war” isn’t “officially” end yet, but at least we can negotiate and form an alliance?
Why is it so hard to form peace? Why is it that people from different countries have to hate each other? Kill each other? What is the point in a war?
Hermione cast “Oblivate” and erased her parent’s memories of her (her willingness to do that surprised me. it was depressing)
Hedwig’s death (sudden tears)
George lost of his ears (continuous of the tears)
In James and Lily Potter’s grave (it was horrible, too depressing. i couldn’t keep my tears from falling. it was the most sorrowful scene in the movie)
Dobby’s death and his last words. (this. all happened with his caring and protection of Harry. Dobby died from saving his friend. he is the best friend any one could ever get. Rest In Peace, my little friend)
“I think that all artists, regardless of degree of talent, are a painful, paradoxical combination of certainty and uncertainty, of arrogance and humility, constantly in need of reassurance, and yet with a stubborn streak of faith in their own validity no matter what.”—Madeleine L’Engle