Even now, we must hold on to hope

It was an awful weekend of an awful year. In addition to the white supremacist terrorist attack in Buffalo, another mass shooting took place down the road from us in Laguna Woods. Another hate-fueled man drove hundreds of miles to kill innocent people because of who they are.

It’s easy to fall into despair at times like these. That’s the way my son felt today. He drives past the church in Laguna Woods…

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A novelist and award-winning public speaker and technical writer. My novels Amiga and The Remainders are available now.

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Matthew Arnold Stern

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A novelist and award-winning public speaker and technical writer. My novels Amiga and The Remainders are available now.

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