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What do we learn from tragedy after tragedy?

by Stephen J. Mitskavich on 12/14/12

What do we learn from tragedy after tragedy? I just sent an editorial to the Plain Dealer, Sun News and cleveland.com. I pray they publish it even though it is a little lengthy. The close of the letter is as follows: Before our memories of the brutal murders once again diminish into time, we must honor the souls of the deceased by working together and let compassion and love, guide our hearts. We must use discernment to make the tough choices and wise decisions required to solve our many pressing societal problems.

I will post the contents of the letter at another time.

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