Friday, October 06, 2006


It takes a tragedy to reflect divine forgiveness. In the news regarding the families of the Amish girls killed by a milk truck driver, it was noted how the Amish leaders have set up a fund for the killer's widow and three children.

The Amish were not the only victims.

I cannot, nor do I ever want, to imagine the phases of grief those parents face. My grief is a creature of a different nature.
My forgiveness is to no one by myself. For others it is a path upon which angels and I fear to tread. Eventually thought it comes down to it. It being forgiveness. If one doesn't forgive eventually the anger, depression, and darkness eats the soul like an acid. Getting to that point is a journey all on its own.

Dive into one's soul
Where the still waters fun deep
Past the broken dreams
Where soul and stars meet
Where time is but a shadow
An you your self meet (seek)
Through the promises
Even those we didn't keep
Past the rich landscape
That made us today
Deeper into the unknown
Where the soul still weeps
Through out life and death
Our tapestry we weave
Till we chance upon the place
To where all souls meet

1 comment:

Terry said...

I had blogged about the school.and check the story out and see the story, it will tell you more, the grief these parents have to go through I am so glad I no longer go to school although it can happen anywhere. Apprently he let all the boys go, the story will tell you, Sad, and so unfair. But, then he kills himself as well. But, where did it get him? It left the girls with no life and the parents with no daughter. My heart aches, people has the story this week.