What’s wrong with offering thoughts, prayers?

So much bickering and complaining is going on in the news about whether to offer prayers or not to offer prayers when bad things happen.

In my opinion it doesn’t hurt anyone to “think” caring thoughts and hope for good, no matter what faith or belief you might have. Isn’t it the sensitivity in one’s own heart that is important. How cannot the vibes of compassion in your personal prayer be felt, impacting all whom you come in contact with.

A harmony we seek in this world of turmoil. Even atheists can pray. Even agnostics can pray. People of every religion can pray. Prayer for good is “within oneself” hopefully reaching out to whomever or whatever one chooses, very personal when one cares.

Sandra Robinson Barton

Everett

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