Our prayers go out to the families of the 26 young children and adults who were murdered last month at the Sandy Hook Elementary School. Losing any family member- especially a child – during the Christmas season is as devastating a blow and as tragic an occurrence as anything that the human mind can conceive. Unless we have had the experience, I really doubt that any of us really comprehends how these families are suffering. But having seen how the community, state and nation have supported the families makes me realize that we still have lots of good folks in this country of ours. Watching the memorial service on the Sunday night following the fateful Friday also made it very clear that those with a strong faith in God will survive and be able to endure the most difficult times that any family will ever have to face.
The examples of love and compassion that have been poured out to all of the grieving families from friends and total strangers makes me proud to be an American. It also made me realize how fortunate I have been to have my three children grow up into adulthood. Sadly, there are twenty families in Connecticut who will never be able to experience that. May God continue to bless all of the families and may He provide the peace and comfort to them during these terrible times that only He is capable of supplying.
I hope all of our readers and their families have had a blessed Christmas. I also wish for all a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year and may God Bless America.
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