@abru.mcr Never forget. It’s been 2 years today since the Manchester Arena bombing took place where 22 Mancunians lost their lives to a cowardly attack. It was a tragic event, but no matter how negative a situation is I always try to look for the positive. In a situation that was supposed to crush and break us, we rose. We came together as a community and found the strength and courage to get through it, for each other. Taxi drivers offered free rides, nearby residents and hotels offered free stays and cafe’s offered free drinks. This is the spirit of Manchester. We’re a community. A family. Usually when you hear about terrorist attacks around the world, the terrorist is always labelled by their religion and that’s what all the attention is focused on. But Manchester is different, we payed the least attention on that. Colour or religion will never divide this city - it’s what we’re built on and our diversity is our biggest pride. It’s important that we remember this day every year to inspire future generations on how to respond and deal with times like this. In unity there’s strength. Never forget what happened. Never forget the victims. And never forget how we dealt with it. In a situation that was supposed to break us, we thrived. We stood strong. Together.