Allen West “There are no words to express the unimaginable sorrow our nation feels today”

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via Congressman Allen West’s – Facebook Status

There are no words to express the unimaginable sorrow our nation feels today for the families of those who lost their children and loved ones. It is only through faith and prayer that we can ever make sense of the senseless, and I pray these parents and families will eventually find comfort knowing their children will have the eternal love of God’s embrace. As a nation we grieve for the loss of so many lives, and the loss of so much innocence. May God bless those souls who have come home to Him, and comfort those who feel their loss.

via ElectAllenWest – Facebook Status

My wife Angela and I send our thoughts and prayers to those who suffered unimaginable loss today in CT. It is only through faith and prayer that we can ever make sense of the senseless, and we pray these parents and families will eventually find comfort knowing their children will have the eternal love of God’s embrace. Tonight, as a family, we grieve along with all of America, for the loss of so many lives, and the loss of so much innocence. May God bless those souls who have come home to Him, and comfort those who feel their loss.

 

Two Dimensional Attitude by Gabrielle Drew a 16 yr old DYNAMO

Two Dimensional Attitude

by Gabrielle Drew : Contributor to Contagious Transformation by Stacy Swimp

“There are really only two dimensions to the concept of attitude — you either behave as though you are a victim of circumstance, or you take full responsibility for your situation.”
– Richard Rudd

Adults should be responsible for themselves and, if they have them, they need to responsibly care for their children. In addition, they need to teach their children individual responsibility, so they in turn will grow up to be responsible adults. (Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22.6) When I say parents need to responsibly care for and teach their children one thing that comes to mind is discipline. Old-fashioned discipline included spankings. They seemed to work. However, we then had those parents who went overboard and used physical discipline to the point of abuse. That is no more responsible than allowing a child total freedom. Moderation and common sense. It seems when we don’t use either (common sense being rather rare these days), it only leads to more government intervention.

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