For the parents and children of Newtown, Connecticut; I don't know how you heal the scar of a nightmare come to life. You can ask "why", and you won't get an answer. You can ask, "how" and all the debates from gun control to psychology still ring hollow. Columbine Colorado was tragedy, the shopping mall shooting in Oregon just last week was a tragedy, but the massacre of innocent children is horror. I hope and wish for the parents and people of Newtown, Connecticut strength and faith beyond all compare. I hope and wish for the children who witnessed the terror; lives unmarred by the image. I hope that one day, though the pain will never heal, those affected by the tragedy will find someway to express light and love through a positive cause. It seems the only way to even begin to recover, by helping others who have suffered the same fate.... or by working to prevent others from suffering the same fate. I can't imagine the pall cast over those children's dreams of Christmas.... a time for innocence and wonder. It truly hurts your heart. In the face of what some may call evil, there is however always good. An anonymous donor from North Carolina purchased 26 Christmas Trees for the people of Newtown. Trees, donations, sympathies are pouring in from all over the world. In whatever form it arrives, what is being sent is love... and that gives me hope.