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Lost Horizon

We focus on the ones who have done the damage and the ones who have lost their lives during the horrors but what of those who survived? They try to go on living life as they are “supposed to” but for some, that is impossible.

Be Sorry . . . Less


There’s a scene in the Frank Capra movie Lost Horizon that always shakes me, no matter how many times I watch it. It’s near the end of the film, when Hugh Conway meets the leader of Shangri-La- the High Lama. In this meeting, Conway is introduced to all the truths of the magical place. All the answers to all the many questions are finally within his grasp, and that’s when he begins to understand the design his life is supposed to follow.

A little more than a year ago, Sydney Aiello was busy sewing together the designs on what her life was going to look like. A high school cheerleader who always brought a smile with her to Monday mornings, she loved Yoga and music and fancy gowns and hanging out with her best friend in the world, Meadow Pollack.

Sydney was figuring it all out. Test scores and heartbreak…

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  1. I agree Dale it’s the survivers who suffer the most, guilt, fear, loss. All weapons should be banned. All people and students should be searched at schools and public places. Did human rights the world does not deserve them in these cases. Ban weapons , security and a weapons ban or the right to carry a weapon and blood shed. I know what I want, no more weapon crime. Okay everyone tell me I am wrong 💜💜💜

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