After tragedies like the Sandy Hook massacre or the Clackamas shooting, you try to make sense of the world you live in. You find yourself trying to find answers. You are needing an answer to the why.
Through it, you come abruptly face-to-face with what you do have, what you’re so thankful for.
But you fear that you can never be sure.
Click here to continue reading… New York Post, 12/15/12