As our Nation mourns for those affected by the tragedy in CT, I find myself struggling to find meaning….give reason or purpose to this horrific event. Such senseless violence has been met with unfathomable grief. Innocence ripped from this earth, whether it be 6 years old or 50 years old…it’s heartbreaking just the same.
Yesterday, I wrote a song….actually, it poured right out of me. I played it through once, and then headed outside as the sun began to set to record this for you all. It is imperfect, at best….but grief is imperfect. It is my prayer for you all. May you find comfort and peace within this song – and may it shine some light into this dark, dark world.
Please listen to the words…they are words we should all live by.
Love and Light,
Comments on: "There Are No Words" (4)
Absolutely beautiful. God bless the children and their teachers.
Yet another tragedy of innocents mowed down by weapons brings so much sorrow to so many families, so many friends. A massive horror that never should have happened. Yes, guns are falling into the wrong hands -such weapons should be secured safely from those who are of criminal intent or of questionable mental capacity.
It is my hope that some meaningful action will come of this tragic loss. Accountability for the easy access by those who commit these horrors should require locks and safes. A close look at our national shame: our pathetically inadequate mental health system which short changes those in need of services, stigmatizes those who need services and permits the potentially dangerous to walk freely among us. It has happened far too many times .