Thursday, April 10, 2014

An Open Letter to Warren, MI.,Mayor Fouts and Detroit Mayor Duggan

Dear Mayors:

While "Celebrating Family" is our theme to rejoice Thursday, June 19, 2014 at 4:45 pm with hundreds of families, among others, including clergy and civic leaders, joining together in the Warren Civic Center Atrium with colorful balloons, and more, my heart aches deeply over the rampant crime, and our inability of various disciplines of social scientists, business, education, and family systems to come together to address the 40 million U.S. addicts who kill for their next 'fix,' a broken mental health system that seems to simply hand out countless psychotropic drugs to children these days, the rising epidemic gun crimes everywhere daily, and, the unhealed soul of this metropolitan region in need of our collective imagination to begin to address and stop this violent cycle of human destruction.  Your own emphasis for a safe, secure and clean Warren and Detroit motivates others, and me, to intensify our efforts for the common good of the region, Mayors Fouts and Duggan. 

I thank you for leading!

It would please me no end, if you and other mayors will join clergy and families who are stepping up to the plate with objectives and aim of healing and  bridging Detroit and the 'burbs these decades with our family annual  Belle Isle Park picnic the first Sunday of August from 12 noon, another walk from Warren at Van Dyke and Eight Mile Road into Detroit the last Thursday of August at 6 pm, Inclusive Communities Uniting, and much more.

Thank you for your attention.

Lawrence M. Ventline, D.Min.
All-Faiths Festival
Board Certifeid Professional Counselor

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