It has been some time since we have posted on this blog, and we do apologize that our first post back is such a heavy one. Before we try to get the blog up and going again, we want to take this time to remember Hara and the wonderful person that she was. We first and foremost want send our condolences to her family and friends.
It is absolutely heartbreaking that such an inspirational woman passed away. Hara has had so many hardships in her life and has carried so much pain. We are sure there were painful things the public didn’t know about as well that she kept to herself. Even though it must have been so incredibly difficult for her to open up, she mustered up the courage and bravery. And we’re sure her bravery is helping others find strength in their struggles. We hope her story (and many others’) serves as the wakeup call for change.
Opinions about Hara are no longer allowed on this blog. This means no opinions posted and no comments/reblogs with opinions about her. Mentioning her for context, though, is permitted. This is the least we can do for her, to respect her legacy.
Rest in peace, Hara.