On Friday, December 17, 2012, Newtown, CT was hit with the second deadliest school shooting in US history.
The gunman, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, took his mother’s life before opening fire on Sandy Hook Elementary, ultimately killing 20 small children and six adult women.
Our nation is stunned, racked with grief and outrage and confusion.
I don’t want to wax poetic about surviving in the aftermath of such a tragedy; there are far more qualified people for that. I have, however, collected a few quotes I think can be helpful as we try to move forward.
Are there any quotes, thoughts, or meditations that are helping you get through this devastating time?
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