Dec 17, 201210:47 AMFinancial Perspectives
with Michael Dubis, CFP
No perspectives, just a father’s reaction to tragedy and healing
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I’m praying for those who protect us. I’m grateful to those around us who care for our children when we’re not able to. Day care workers, schools, teachers, police, firefighters, military, parents, and people who simply look out for other children when they know their own parents can’t. It takes a community coming together to do this. Let’s not allow addiction to smart phones, the ease of isolation, and oversensitivity to political correctness prevent us from protecting other children from evil as well.
I’m praying for all of us who are broken by this to be healed. Don’t give in to this evil. The world looks horrible to us right now because this is unspeakable evil, but living in fear and reacting as a direct result of the fear means evil wins. Let’s heal and offer hope so those who are in fear know that good wins.
I’m praying God doesn’t let this ever happen again to anyone.
Hold your children if you can. I’m praying for you if you can’t.
As we close the celebration of Hanukkah and begin the celebration of Christmas, I encourage us all to use the Grace and Goodness given to us because of these Holy Days.
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