Prayers For The Victims In Sandy Hook CT

candleI received a press release Friday from Mayor Boughton here in Danbury.

“The loss of any individual in our community affects each of us deeply. We are significantly impacted today by the loss of these young children and those who were protecting them. Our community will continue to pray for our neighbors in Newtown and for all those who have been affected by this tragedy.”

As the greater Danbury area has grown over the years in population a day like Friday December 14, 2012 brings us all together as one united community not divided by city and town boundries, nor race or creed nor country of origin.

Today we all grieve as one extended family in Fairfield County, in Connecticut and in the United States of America. Bless those we lost today, the ones left behind with insurmontable grief, those who responded to this horrific act but most of all those 20 little angels who now sit at the foot of God.

We can never make sense of the senseless.

We only go on as best we can and never forget the day Evil brought its shadow upon us and look towards the light of Good which always helps us in times of despair.

In Memoriam – those who we have lost but will always remain in our hearts.