Saturday, December 15, 2012

our hearts go out

When I was 16 I lived in Sandy Hook, CT for three months and worked as a nanny.
These days I work in a public school.
Sometimes it is my job to push the security button that let's people into our building.
Yesterday's tragedy hit home in many, many ways.
But I cannot even begin to enter into or empathize with the pain, shock, sadness and anger that those directly affected by yesterdays shooting are experiancing and will experiance for months and years to come.
Our prayers and hearts go out to those who will now have to navigate a world forever colored by loss. People grieve in different ways, but it is never an easy road.
We pray that comfort will find them in the darkest dark of nights.

-Jerusalem, Sweet Man and the boys

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Jerusalem,

    There are no words... as someone once told me....there is no understanding...and the grieveing never ends...I know personally, I loss one of my daughters at the young age of nineteen October 23, 2011..... prayers are indeed helpful....but nothing is ever the same... God Bless everyone who has to live with this pain for the rest of their lives.


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