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As today is the National Day of Prayer, and exactly two weeks since I lost my job, thought I'd offer up a few.
For the families of those killed by senseless acts of violence, tornados, earthquakes, floods, mine disasters. . .
For all those who give of themselves as volunteers for the good of the community. . .
For all the kind people demonstrating random acts of kindness right now. . .
For the young men and women in our military, in hospitals, fire and police stations, anyone who protects us in any way. . .
For my new friends met in the last two weeks at WCTC or Workforce Development: Jean B. and Jean G., Jerry H., Dena C., Frank F, Bob, Nancy and Jenni. Their help and kindness is appreciated more than I could say.
For the guys at North American Computer on Broadway who I'm now on first name basis with. . . hoping the used computer I've only had a month is repairable so I can get back to working on resumes and looking for work.
For my mom and all moms. . .
For the unemployed, homeless, sick, lonely. . .
For teachers, clergy, judges, politicians. . .
This prayer is for you.