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It's all too much right now

The news is just too much right now. Too much pain for me.

I read the news online every morning. CNN, Foxnews, NYtimes, Oregonlive and Canbyherald. I figure if I read both left and right media I might get part of the clear picture.

Missing person cases and especially women and children missing or murdered always stay with me. But this week with the searching for little Kyron, following a lead to the whereabouts of Stacy Peterson's body, and the arrest of Van der Sloot...it's really just been too much.

Is that really what our world is about? Victimizing others. Destroying lives. It doesn't just destroy the victim, it's their whole family, their freinds, all of them.

If AS's children were harmed, or my step-children, or my neighbor girl..I could not rest. Riddick would want blood, and I couldn't blame him.

I pray everyday for the people on my list, but I also pray for our world, that we aren't drug down into the pit of sin and hate

God bless us ..Love like you mean it, live like you mean it, pray like you mean it!

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