Why does it take the worst of events to bring out the best in people? ~ Dr. Angela Kowitz Orobko
It was my intention to write about a totally different topic today, but when I learned of the tragic events that occurred in Colorado this morning I cannot help to wonder why anyone would deliberately cause such an act of terror. I will never understand deliberate actions that result in violence and the outcome is hurt and/or death. However, among all the ugliness of the unfolding events, love and hope manages to find its way to comfort the survivors.
May God bless all those who were directly affected today. May He comfort their hearts through the loving actions of others who have come forth after this tragedy to console and help them. May the horrific actions of one man NOT taint the hearts of the survivors. Let us not let evil win over good. This brings to mind one of my favorite Bible quotes: For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 God does understand our sorrows and He does love us. It is hard to see that right now, but His love is infinitely abundant and eternal.
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Comments on: "Why?" (2)
there is so much to consider with this event much less comparing to others that are similar, we must learn from them and not allow this to strangle us with fear. (~_~) but allow our hearts and compassion to reach those who were affected by this. bows (~_~) in silence.
Yes, indeed. ♥