Many people walk through life completely unaware of what is going on and their surroundings. That is what made it so easy for Jack the Ripper in London during the year of 1888.  Being unaware particularly in possible dangerous situations can lead to harm or worse.  For example, if you are in New York on a subway, and there is a person acting a little crazy,  if you don’t pay attention, that person could harm you and several others.  There are circumstances when people assume safety and in the case of the Las Vegas Massacre, the concert attendees were completely unaware until the shots were fired and people began dropping to the ground.  There is a man in Canada who was a true hero whose life has been threatened along with his family because the conspiracy buffs didn’t believe what happened in Las Vegas.  It was a shocking article.  If family and friends are unaware when you are having a difficult time, it is important for them to understand how you feel. As a person who spends a great deal of time at the park with my granddaughter, it is wonderful how unaware children are of ethnicity or religion.  All they want to do is play and if another child is agreeable, they are all in.  It’s sad that as they mature they are taught to hate and be prejudice.  I made a point of including all ethnicities in the Good Gus series.  That way the children could easily observe that everyone could get along and there were no real differences.  The series is always available on Kindle worldwide and remember Mae’s Story Time is also available on You Tube.  If you are unaware of what occurs when a person passes if their affairs are not in order,  I hope you will consider “Misplaced Trust” which is available on  24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Playster,  Scribd and Tolino.