Food for Thought. . .
From this past Sunday’s Easter sermon. . .
A searing image from the recent March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., was that of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student, Emma González. She addressed the crowd briefly, and then she stood silent for six minutes and twenty seconds: the time it took Nikolas Cruz to commit the massacre at her high school. Emma’s emotions were evident, as a few tears trickled down her face. Yet, the silence itself may have been the most moving part of her speech.
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