Into the Storm

This happened yesterday, in Northeast Nebraska, and yes there are a couple of dead to mourn, one of them a five-year old.

We’ve developed extraordinary systems to give us warnings over the years but, like anything man-made they don’t always work perfectly, or people get careless. It happens, but one must, and does try.

Back this time of year, in 1776, we were heading into a different sort of storm, and it too would be fatal to some, and as all things are, would also be beneficial to some. In this case the result would be beneficial to the entire world, although as usual, much of the world denies that plain truth of their eyes. Enjoy, A somewhat different version.

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7 Responses to Into the Storm

  1. the unit says:

    Sorry for the loss of life up your way, particularly the youngster. Down here on Friday the brother-in-law of a dear friend was struck and killed by a CG bolt while out picking blueberries at a local u-pick farm. You never know when your time is coming.

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    • NEO says:

      Never, and when it comes, all you can hope for is that it is quick and painless. My sympathy to his family.

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  2. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:
    RIP

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    • NEO says:

      Thanks.

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  3. Donna Scuderi says:

    Terrible stuff. Terrible losses.

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    • NEO says:

      Yes, it was. Every year there are a few.

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