In the Face of Personal Loss, Where is Our Compassion?

By | April 8, 2013

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  1. Jan Brown

    I’ve asked my self that same question everytime something like this happens. It just makes my stomach churn. These ‘uglies’ don’t change anything, the facts will forever remain the same. A large number of these ‘people’ didn’t even know who Margaret Thatcher was or that Rick Warren even had a son until their deaths….What is their point? Are they so very frustrated, angered & hindered by their own inablilites to handle their own lives that they want (need) to transfer their own short comings to some one else? Like graffti, does this ‘self-expression’ give a temporary ‘lift’ to their self esteem? Maybe they are desperate for that 15 minutes of fame & feel that “any publicity is good publicity”…there probably isn’t an answer & this tyupe of people are probably not going away. They are to be pitied & prayed for as it is a ‘special need’ in it’s own.

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