I thought this article was excellent in it’s explanation of arming teachers in order to protect students. It was posted by a retired school teacher and it has covered aspects of the situation that I never thought of….welll done Mr. Thomas!
While we can’t be there with them in the physical sense we are more than with them in spirit and prayers. May God Bless them all and help them find some meaning to this incident.
No one quite understands until after an incident why or what happened, and this makes life even more unfair and confusing and can alter our faith in God. If nothing else it makes us question his intentions. But keep believing, your babies are with God now, and I’m sure that Heaven is welcoming in a BUNCH OF ANGELS . Those we lose will always be with us, our love transcends the limits of time and circumstance, so never give up in your beliefs. Please don’t let this keep you from loving again, because that is exactly what your child would NOT want you to do.
These children were at the point in their life that they trusted and loved and looked forward to trusting more and loving more, so don’t take that away from them by not continuing to do this. They will look down upon you and you will feel them. You will know when they are watching over you during an important event in your life. You won’t be able NOT TO FEEL THEM. Just embrace this and love life even more. There is way more in life to be happier and expectant about than what these sick animals want us to think or they try purposely to snuff that our of our lives. Don’t let them, they will be dealt with. Call it what you may, ying/yang,karma or justice. God will make them answer for their deeds, and I’m sure it won’t be pretty.
Here is something that might help us give Sandy Nook Elementary some support now:
“If you would like to mail sympathy cards, postcards or letters of support, even teddy bears for the children and solidarity to the school, the school address :
Sandy Hook Elementary School
12 Dickenson Drive
Sandy Hook, CT 06482
Please copy/paste/share widely. Sending a card is something small but at least it’s something we can do.”