A Question of Honor

It’s hardly a surprise that I should feel strongly about the power of words and our care in choosing them. Words are the conduits of our communications and, with that, our feelings. While the language we use may vary to express them, feelings: happy, sad, angry are universal. Our experiences shape our feelings, which is why it is so important, especially when writing, to wisely choose words to represent them and support our intended messages. The reason I am writing is because this week is the anniversary of the Sandy Hook School shootings. I am seeing lots of posts on social media with headings like: “Never forget” and “Honor the Sandy Hook Tragedy”. This is a case where, due to the emot

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