Does Time Heal Wounds?
It has been a year ago today, since that extremely tragic and sad day for myself and numerous others, whose lives and dreams were shattered by the brutal action of one deranged human being, who took the lives of many innocent people, in a small, quiet town of Binghamton, New York.
A whole year has gone by, but does time really heal wounds in this length of time, or ever?
There is no single answer to such a complex question, because it depends on how each individual deals with difficult and tragic situations.
I know when I lost my mom, and even though it was not a result of a tragedy of this magnitude, but none the less, it was a sudden and unexpected loss, and one year was not nearly enough to heal my broken heart.
I found my solace in prayer, numerous pictures of all the good times we had together, and my faith that there is more to look forward to, than one finds in this lifetime.
My sincere sympathy and prayers go out to the many families and friends, who are gathering today to remember their loved ones who were taken away from them on that day of April 3, 2009.
I lost a very dear friend that day, Maria (Mima) Zobniw, so today I am extending my deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to her family, and Eternal Memory (Vichanya Pamyiat) for her Soul.
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