There are no words that will wipe clean the slate of yesterday’s senseless violence in Newtown, Conn. It will go down in our consciousness as a day without explanation, a day of pain and mourning.
There are two words with which to move forward: love and connection. The expression of love to all that we meet will act like a salve on the wounds we carry as people from day to day, and connection to God, by whatever name we know God, will guide our actions in the present moment and in the future.
We cannot go back. We can only move forward in this life. We each have the choice of how we do this and I am trusting you will find a way to move forward with love for all beings, compassion for those that have lost loved ones and for a nation in the process of mourning. I trust you’ll find that connection with your God that will sustain
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