Wow. Just wow. (silence)
At a time like this it is hard not to cry.
It's comforting to remind ourselves that the good guys far outnumber the
God bless you, Mr, Rosen.
My husband and I had heard about some children getting out a couple of times but
we never heard what had happened to them. I was so hoping we would hear more of
this story. When I can upon this article and read it, it just so touched my
heart. What are the chances that they would find themselves at the home of a
psychologist and grandpa who knew what to do and was able to call frantic
parents. Was his living there and being trained a coincidence - I think not.
He is a hero and thank you God for this tender mercy.
Everybody should watch "Bowling for Columbine". We have a culture that
solves problems with violence. Guns are viewed a the solution from protecting
yourself from violence?
This is the best story in the news today. Thank you Mr. Rosen for comforting
the children. You are my hero.
It's awfully hard to type a comment when your eyes are filled with tears.
No matter how bad things get the good guys will always win. Human spirit tells
us so, our optimistic hope for better times will keep us and help us survive.
And hearing stories such as the love of this man for these little children will
only keep lifting us in such horrible times.