A good man
Saturday February 11th 2012, 11:59 pm
Filed under: Family,Friends,Life

Any mention of that group brings back the fierceness of great loss. They came, and I wrote here about how proud I was of the children in our community in their responses.

The last line in that post has proven to be true.

My sister Marian writes of what happened when they announced they were going to protest at a funeral in her town today.  The Powell boys.

I don’t know who that radio announcer is, but when I find out I’m going to thank him for his act of great compassion and humanity. And I thank the people who came to that church for theirs. Well done. So very well done. I’m so sorry for their losses. And so grateful for the great goodness in so many.

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Bravo. Thanks for sharing that with us.

Comment by Channon 02.12.12 @ 4:33 am

It’s nice to read of the compassion and sensitivity of these young people. Too often only the heartless get publicity.

Comment by LynnM 02.12.12 @ 5:09 am

Returning good for evil is sometimes so hard to do, but it is the right thing .

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 02.12.12 @ 8:43 am

Yes, I’ve read about this group. I clicked on your link and saw all those amazing comments, including the one about the sign, “Got Love?” I also saw my own comment, and it still applies. And I just left a comment on your sister’s blog.

Comment by Don Meyer 02.12.12 @ 11:22 am

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