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Shared Pain

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As I compose this article, I am feeling really sad. You see. I live on Galveston Island and 90% of my neighbors have no electricity. Many of those also have no water. They are freezing cold with their homes being as cold on the inside as it is outside, and this has lasted since Sunday night. Many are elderly. Many are infirmed in some way. My heart breaks for them. “Why?” they are all asking. They are angry. They are looking for someone, anyone to blame. I have no answers for them and words of comfort seem pointless. I so wish I had something I could say or do. Tonight I will be praying. Tonight I will be asking for angels to go and do what I cannot do. Tonight my heart will still be breaking. Tonight I will be feeling their pain from a distance. Yes, “Miss Positivity” will not be so positive. There is a time for pain and sadness in our lives. I am in the middle of that time.

♫♥✻╰ღ╮ Frances Durisseau╭ღ╯✻♥♫

See my Inspirations By Frances in The POST Newspaper 

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