Here I am writing about the Newtown murders and suicide.
If I could not wrap my head around the death of a sick little boy, Henry D., how could I wrap my head about the death of healthy children or a mother or the suicide of a young man?
I am still disgusted with the television news who reported wrong information as facts in its rush to fill time and get the scoop.
The person responsible for the murders is dead.
There were contributing factors to this horror.
It bugs us that we do not know what was going on in Adam Lanza's mind, but it wasn't good. We're getting clues though, not facts.
We can only reduce the odds of getting killed. We can review security procedures. We can learn.
But as long as we are humans on Earth, bad stuff is going to happen. We cannot prevent it all.
What we can do is perform life affirming actions, works of mercy, read and learn from the Bible, practice our Catholic faith, pray and put our FAITH in God.
None of us are getting out alive, We are going to die; we don't know the when or the how. Somewhere in the Bible it says we don't know the day or the hour. Let us turn to the richness of our faith, let us turn to acts of love. Let us recognize the dignity of every human being whether young, old, big, or small, cute or ugly or in between. Let us act in a civil, dignified and courteous manner as a start.
One of the things I do not understand is why our president cries over the death of the Sandy Hook children, but allows abortion and newborns to die alone in a hospital.
And since President Obama is alive and well, perhaps he can explain himself. That's really what I want to know.