My Heart Aches

December 14, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones impacted by the tragic events in Newtown, CT.  Pray for everyone involved.  -- Bill

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My prayers & thoughts are with the families of these precious children , sincerely, Jalaine Shombert

Hello Mr. Marriott
My name is Latoya and I work for the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in West Harrison, NY. I thought that it would be a great to support the families of Newtown CT with letters of compassion from multiple locations. What do you think?

I like to say a prayer for all connected to this tragedy that God grant the families pease even the officers that had to go in and secure the crime area pease i pray for all.For God came that we may have a pease beyond all understanding.Amen

The nation feels the same as you, Mr. Marriott. CT is where I often stay when working in NYC. I feel for the people of CT--and for our nation as a whole. It is sad to think we are a nation known for both kindness and violence. We must work to negate violence and embrace the concept of non-violence. One thinks back to the wisdom of Gandhi, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. I also think that we must reflect on religious traditions; the adage to turn swords into plowshares. Working together in our respective, positive communities, we must begin the healing process and echo the words---ENOUGH is ENOUGH. Guns have no place in our lexicon. Brendan Ben Feeney

Our deepest condolences for all those who have lost their lives in Newtown.May God usher all His blessings to their near and dear ones.

Our prayers to all. To the loved ones of thsoe who were killed and to the survivors. It is most tragic and senseless. We pray for healing which will take the love of GOD.