We lost, but if you read to the end, you will get two shots of hope.
One, there may be a long term solution. I don’t have the actual solution, but I do have the methodology.
Two, there is, at the very end, true hope, and a reminder of what is important.
The only hope in this life is Jesus Christ, but I am pretty sure that will soon be a crime of some sort, to even mention His Name. Already true of military Chaplains.
The world will suffer the loss, but God will have his day.
Thanks for the final words of hope, Laz, and please put me on your ping list.
As St. Thomas More said, “The times are never so bad that a good man cannot live in them.”
(of course, look what happened to him...)
We need to stop the magical thinking and prepare for what will come.
I thought I’d be over it by now, but I’m still grieving, albeit without the wholesale sobbing that was going on earlier in the week. I felt better last night, but then I got a look at what would’ve been the website for Romney’s transition, and it killed me all over again.
Thanks especially for your last paragraph, Laz. My husband said something very similar, and I’m trying to hang onto it. God IS completely in control, and I am going to focus on Him, family, friends, home, and my FR family.