Monday, December 17, 2012


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  1. A tragedy. In thoughts with those who are grieving.


  2. Too bad people do not feel the same for the poor innocent children of the world that are kidnapped, raped,murdered,sacrificed, on a daily basis ie: Afghanistan,Libya, Palestine,Iraq,etc.

    What makes this so special? As long as Americans
    refuse to stand up and say no more war, it will go on
    and on forever.
    Go back to sleep, christmas illusion is just around the corner.
    As Bush said, go shopping America.

  3. To Anonymous - I was tempted to delete your comment, but I would like other people to see it. Everyone has a right to his or her opinion. I would also like you to know that many people in the U.S., including me, also grieve for the innocent children around the world who are kidnapped, raped and murdered on a daily basis. We are also horrified by the ravages of war and what it has done to people all over the world, not just in the U.S. It doesn't mean we agree with everything our government does,so please don't lump all Americans together and generalize. This post is not meant to diminish the anguish and horrors of war in other places around the world, or to politicize the event, but to give some solidarity to people who live close to us and are suffering. I wish you peace.

  4. Can't post or read about it yet and am appreciative of those who share love. I am so sorry Anonymous doesn't understand that there is room in our hearts for endless compassion.

  5. Wow. A lovely post and your response to a previous writer warmed my heart. I am not a stranger to tragedy and know we deal with brutality the best way we can depending on where we are when it finds us. Thank you for your thoughtful and heartfelt writing.