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Middle Tennessee hit hardest hit by tornado outbreak


I am thankful that I have never had to experience this first hand. I am sorry for those who have lost so much. I am hopeful that the communities will gather strength and reach out to help one another. To me, that seems like the only thing they have right now is each other. 

It’s sad that sometimes it takes such overwhelming pain to realize how important people are in our lives. 

So I am going to get a little sentimental here. I want to thank all those here who are kind and supportive of one another. You have made a huge impact on the daily life of myself and more importantly, for my family.  We don’t have to wait for tragedies to let each other know how much we care.


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Written by Ghostwriter

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      • Thank you, dear Ghostwriter, for reporting this. There is always hope, I agree with you. Our government has methodically bungled and looted this once-prosperous country into Junk-status, but in spite of this, we don’t really have any nature extremes except the drought. So, what I’m saying, is that in spite of the bad man-made conditions, we South-Africans are so very lucky, not to have such terrible natural extremes. You American folks, have, one and all been blessed with an extra measure of resilience and bucket loads of compassion. God bless you all.

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