Black man killed in Flatbush, Brooklyn (PHOTOS/VIDEOS).

UPDATED on Saturday, September 26, 2015. 10:10 p.m.

Monday, September 21, 2015. New York City – On Saturday, September 19, at 5:41 p.m., Yasser Julio, a 36 year old Black man was killed on Church Ave, between Ocean Ave and East 19th St, in the neighborhood of Flatbush, Brooklyn.

The man was shot in the torso and was taken to Kings County Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The suspect killer was described as a Black man around 25 years old. He was not arrested.

Pedro Julio, Mr. Yasser’s brother, told the New York Times that his brother was a “family-oriented man.” He had two sons. “It doesn’t feel real,” Mr. Julio, 40, added.

Ditmas Park Corner reports that “The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office also confirmed that victim Yasser Julio is the same man who was charged last year with shooting a 23-year-old man in the leg on Albemarle Road near Ocean Avenue.”

On Sunday, September 20, family members and friends of Yasser Julio had a vigil. Candles, flowers, Panamanian flags, champagne and a broom are in the scene of the shooting.

Today, 9/21/2015, its the International Day of Peace and I would like us to focus our energies in peace, healing, forgiveness. There is enough pain and suffering in the world, we do not need more.

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Some people believe that guns are the problem. Guns do not get angry, sad, happy, depressed, etc. Guns do not have childhood wounds. People have childhood wounds. People need to heal their wounds from their childhood.

Learn to take care and heal your inner child. Learn how to stop hurting yourself. Learn how to love yourself as your are. Learn how to take responsibility for your own life.

If you are in pain, suffering, angry, you might hurt others. The power to change is within you. A happy man or woman, does not hurt himself or herself u others.

Watch the following videos. They might help you. Look for more videos and information online.

Iyanla VanZant – The Spirit of a Man: A Vision of Transformation for Black Men and the Women Who Love Them.
“With her signature honesty, strong medicine insight, and heartfelt sincerity, Vanzant teaches Black men to recognize and tap the energy of their own spirits and honor the experiences of the millions of strong Black men and women who have lived before them. Recognizing the obstacles set down before Black men in the past and the forces that still try to keep the Black man down today, Vanzant uses a brilliant and transforming blend of ancient African spirituality, practical self-help advice, and contemporary faith to help Black men — and the women who love them — nurture the strength and power that are their birthright: the strength of a courageous history, their souls, and caring relationships with one another.”

Louise Hay – “The Power Is Within You” – Full Audiobook.
In The Power Is Within You, Louise L. Hay expands her philosophies of loving the self through: learning to listen and trust the inner voice, loving the child within, letting our true feelings out, the responsibility of parenting, releasing our fears about growing older, allowing ourselves to receive prosperity, expressing our creativity, accepting change as a natural part of life, creating a world that is ecologically sound, where it’s safe to love each other and much more.

Conversations on Compassion with Thich Nhat Hanh and James Doty, MD,.
“The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) is honored to host a discussion with Thich Nhat Hanh about his life experiences and the role compassion has played throughout them. Thich Nhat Hanh is an internationally renowned Zen master, prolific author, and teacher on the subjects of peace, mindfulness, and meditation. He became a monk at the age of sixteen and went on to help found the “engaged Buddhism” movement. His life’s work has been dedicated to “inner transformation for the benefit of individuals and society” and he was nominated by Nobel Laureate Martin Luther King, Jr. for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967.”

Watch other videos here.

Thich Nhat Hanh Living Mindfully, “The Dhamma Brothers” documentary and more.
“Overview: Truly insightful, deep and powerful. Oprah Winfrey via her OWN network, talks to Thich Nhat Hanh about becoming a monk, meeting Martin Luther King Jr; The powers of mindfulness, insight, concentration and compassion, How to transform warring parties and how to deeply transform relationships.”

“The Dhamma Brothers” full movie.
Donaldson Correctional Facility is situated in the Alabama countryside southwest of Birmingham. 1,500 men, considered the state’s most dangerous prisoners, live behind high security towers and a double row of barbed and electrical wire fences.

Within this dark environment, a spark was ignited. A growing network of men had been gathering to meditate on a regular basis. Intrigued by this, Jenny Phillips, cultural anthropologist and psychotherapist, first visited Donaldson Correctional Facility in the fall of 1999. She planned to observe the meditation classes facilitated by inmates and to interview the inmate meditators about their lives as prisoners.

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The United Nations General Assembly established the International Day of Peace in 1981 as an opportunity for people around the world to promote the resolution of conflict and to observe a cessation of hostilities.

“On this day, in the lead-up to the Day of Peace, I am asking all partners to lend their voices to this call for a laying down of arms, and to work non-stop in the days to come to bring about a 24-hour cease-fire on September 21st,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in a statement.

“Let’s make this International Day of Peace a day without violence, and a day of forgiveness. If, for one day, we can live in a world without aggression and hostility, we can imagine how much more is possible,” he added.

Monday, September 21, 2015. International Day of Peace. – Video message by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Pope Francis will visit New York City from September 24 to September 26, 2015. For those who believe in the power of prayer, pray for healing and peace.

Tuesday, September 22 to Saturday, September 26, 2015. Pope Francis in the United States of America. UPCOMING LIVE STREAMS.

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