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and knives and bricks and explosives don't cause harm unless they're in the
hands of the weak, the immature, the irresponsible, the ignorant, the unbalanced.
It's not the evil lurking in the shadows we were taught to ask for protection
from, it's the temptation of the dark side, the evil from within, that represents
the greatest threat to us all."
"We've all been given the capacity to choose between good and evil.
Angry at others? Want to get even?
GET OVER IT.
We are all devastated by these
senseless tragedies, and it's time we addressesd this on multiple
One of the first things we need
to do while we again beg Congress for action, is to begin
teaching our young ones that there are consequences to their
can't just hit "rewind" and start the game over.
We need our young people to
realize that BEFORE they get to the age they consider doing
something like this.
More importantly, there
is a horrifying problem that most of us didn't even know existed,
and it MUST be addressed.
Liza Long writes: "I
am sharing this story because I
am Adam Lanza’s mother. I am Dylan Klebold’s and Eric Harris’s
mother. I am Jason Holmes’s mother. I am Jared Loughner’s
mother. I am Seung-Hui Cho’s mother. And these boys—and
their mothers—need help. In the
wake of another horrific national tragedy, it’s easy to talk
about guns. But it’s time to talk about mental illness." READ
Pray for all of those affected.
We weep for the senseless loss.
Oklahoma City Bombing
Evil from Within
Tragedy at Columbine
Evil From Within
Tucson Shopping Center Shooting
(Senator Gabby Giffords)
Mental Health Issue
Sikh Temple shooting
The Clackamas Town Center Mall Shooting
Boston Marathon Bombings
Mother Emanuel Church
Charleston, South Carolina
THIS HAS TO STOP.
LITTLE KIDS. FIRST GRADERS
and 6 adults murdered
at an elementary school.
Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut
year old Baylee Almon, whose tiny body is cradled in the arms
of Firefighter Chris Fields, was one of hundreds wounded, and
168 who died on April 19, 1995, when a bomb ripped away the north
side of the Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. The baby?
Thinking about violence?
Think about people who care about you instead.
They're out there, whether you know it or not.
Don't hurt anybody. Not even yourself.
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