A National Moment of Silence for the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy

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Moment of Silence for Sandy Hook Victims on Dec. 21

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy called for a National Moment of Silence at 9.30am EST, Friday, 21 December 2012, {10.30PM in Philippine Time} in honor of the Sandy Hook Elementary School victims. Join in as we remember the little angels who was taken from their family too soon because of this very unfortunate event. Let us pray for their souls, as well as for the souls of the grown-ups who bravely stood up to protect these little ones and died in the process, too. My heart also goes out to the parents and families of these victims, may we also say a little prayer for them that may they find solace in this time of grief, and may they find the strength to continue on in life.

May this serve as a reminder for us to always be vigilant and to continuously seek and find ways on how we can make the world we live in now a safer and better place for our children.

Wherever you are in the world, I urge for you to join in this national moment of silence. Let us all make this a world moment of silence as we all condemn violence and crime. Put one of the badges found here on your blog, and let us all observe online silence, too. Share this to your friend on Twitter, as well, by using the hashtag #momentforSandyHook. 

You may also sign the Sandy Hook Elementary School National Sympathy Card, to express your deepest sympathies to the families and survivor of this unimaginable tragedy.

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