Pulse — S. Bradford Long

This morning, a gunman came into the Pulse club in Orlando, Fl., and slaughtered 50 of our siblings, and destroyed many more. It is the worst shooting in American history. I woke up to the news, and I’ve spent the day following the outpouring of horror and grief, tears streaming down my face. In light […]

via Pulse — S. Bradford Long


Like so many of us, here is a person who woke up to find their world shattered. I barely slept a wink, being on the opposite coast, Tweets started to pour in before I went to bed. By then I cried myself to sleep and then spent the next day counselling and consoling brothers and sisters worldwide through emails, texts and social media. If you know someone who is part of this community, reach out to them. They are hurting. They need love.


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About cherylfolland

Cheryl graduated​ from Vancouver Island University in 2019 with a BA in Creative Writing. She is passionate about the marginalized and an advocate for those who fall between the cracks of religion and society. She loves books, music and good coffee.

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