We learn many lessons in life however none as poignant as the lesson we have learned today. How why what we say matters, how what we say matters, to whom we say matters, to what we say matters, and for why we say matters. Its to not one’s purpose in life to sacrifice themselves or their lives for others, but when the occasion arises, and a stage has been set, its important if one has something to say or an idea to share that can help, to speak. When I first spoke, I was told that I was mentally ill. When I first wrote I was treated as though I was wasting time online. When I began my journey, I cried. When my journey ended I cried. I am so thankful for Concert Across America for recognizing the importance of Music in the battle against Gun Violence and for those who Volunteered their time to care and for those who donated their hard earned money to attend. For that I am greatful. That being said it does not matter by whom, support was generated for the creation of the Campaign or whether similar or like another Campaign for a Campaign, but what’s more important is to appreciate the blessing and creation of a Campaign to which we can agree serves a positive purpose, and that we together as a unit have overcome the trauma of arguments that have harmed industries that help us, and instead built a better understanding through listening to one another, hearing one another’s concerns and reservations and discomforts of combining Music with a Campaign that seeks to prevent Gun Violence that was once harmed by Music. For that we are greatful and remember those who have passed, and celebrate the life of them through harmony of acceptance, forgiveness, and recognition of the harms that were caused and what we can do together to prevent future harms from occurring. I believe that is the purpose for my Methodology of #BloggingCampaign, and I hope that by sharing my point of view I helped build greater acceptance for Campaigns such as #ConcertAcrossAmerica. That was my Dream.