When maybe love isn’t enough

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Opinion

April 2, 2019 - 10:35 AM

In the dark days that followed the massacre at Sandy Hook, one phrase spoke to the sliver of hope and optimism a grieving state was desperately hanging onto:

Love Wins.

Two words spoke to the enduring belief that whatever hatred might have driven the shooter to commit the unthinkable, the blanket of love woven by family, friends and others across the nation was powerful enough to eclipse the darkness.

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