RSS

What is missing here?

ConfedA relative from Charleston posted this as testimony to the tolerance in his city. What is missing here?
 
“Praying for Charleston
The horror that occurred at Mother Emanuel Wednesday night has truly devastated our community. Emanuel AME means so much to so many, and we stand by them today as they mourn the loss of their leader and brothers and sisters in Christ.
Pastor Pinckney was a good man, an honest man and a wonderful representative for his congregation. I will continue to stand in prayer with Pastor Pinckney’s congregation, the families who are enduring unimaginable pain, and the people of Charleston.
We will forever remember those we lost: Reverend Clementa Pinckney, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Cynthia Hurd, Tywanza Sanders, Myra Thompson, Ethel Lance, Rev. Daniel L. Simmons, Susie Jackson, and DePayne Doctor.
As people of all ages and races continue to visit Mother Emanuel night and day to mourn our loss, we see our community standing together, beginning to come to terms with what has happened, and starting the healing process.
While we unfortunately know that hate enters some people’s hearts, I also know this: we can and will work every single day to replace hate with love, pain with kindness, and hostility with good will.
God Bless.
Sincerely,”

1 Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. A Lesson for Seattle from Charleston /  The Ave 21 06 15

Your Comment