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#thoughtsandprayers

What is the thoughtful and necessary reaction in the wake of yet another deadly attack on innocents? For many, it is to pray, and for many of those, to share their “thoughts and prayers” publicly. Shortly after yesterday’s horrific attack in San Bernardino, California, anger at the often repeated calls for thoughts and prayers began to surface on social media.

From the Huffington Post:

In short, basically anyone with a Twitter account shared thoughts and prayers in the immediate aftermath of the […]

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