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Lord, if my resolve hadn’t been tested already at the end of the 2020 year, it was indeed tested, coupled with those last few days of 2020, these last first days of this New Year 2021.
2020 brought lots of experiences to many of us that we have not had to deal with before. One of those things is dealing with increased levels of fear.
OK, I thought 2021 was going to be a great new year. Well, let me tell you, it has not quite started like a great year. I know, why must I complain? But it has started off pretty poorly.
Firefighter Leonard Coney was exposed to Covid-19 during his tour of duty, and ultimately succumbed to complications of Covid-19 the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Letter to the city team members:
DECEMBER 18, 2020
An end to the Covid pandemic, the local shooting death epidemic and all the children singing in perfect harmony, judged only by the content of their character. Easy, but we do not have a magic wand here. We do have some special gifts, talents if you will, that can be turned into miracles in 2021 if we want.
You’ve come at last, 2021. Thank you. Earth’s 7.5 billion human inhabitants are glad you’re here.