History in the Modern world

History in the Modern world

Here is another look at the interior of the Cathedral. This gives a view of the central aisle going towards the alter. When I walked in to the building, I felt an entire change in the atmosphere; socially and environmentally. The interior is such a peaceful place.
Although, I feel as though I am obligated to mention that nothing can be a picture of perfection. The front of the cathedral is home for a large crowd of the homeless, disabled, and the poor who gather at the entrance to beg for money. Our world contains people who suffer, maybe in part from their own doing, but we can’t blame them for their situation and leave them in the dust, labeling them as”unfortunate and lazy”. This serves as a reminder, for those who fail to see these faults in our society and our world. Compassion can be such a difficult thing.


About bassist5656

Hi, I am just beginning a world adventure of my very own! My name is Tristan Davis Fralick and I am a nursing and social justice student from the central New York region. I really enjoy working with people and I have made it my goal to see as much of the world's cultures as possible to best understand and relate to the people that live all around us. In my free-time I enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, playing music, cooking, writing (obviously), and learning new things in any way that I can. This is a blog consisting of my travels past and present. I hope that you enjoy!

One response to “History in the Modern world”

  1. paul mendelsohn says :

    Beggars everywhere in Central America. But there is no safety net for them. The lame, the crippled, the mentally ill- they have nowhere to turn. We’d rather teach a man to fish… but sometimes a man (,woman or child) just needs a fish.

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