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Faith in HumanityJust when you think society has reached the bottom something happens to restore your faith in humanityOn Labor Day weekend my family and I returned home from camping to receive a message that one of my closest friends had lost her house to a fire She her husband and visiting college-age children had barely escaped the burning house with their lives Some of their possessions are salvageable but it will be some time before they can live in their house againThe most tragic part is that the cause of the fire was arson My friend Jean told the investigators that she could think of no one who had it out for herDoesnt matter they said Jeans house was a great target because of its location to the road and the family had left the garage door open that nightAn accident is something you wish had been prevented but the willful disregard for human life and property cant be explained and is hard to forgive The sickness of a human being is the tragedyJean is the Director of Religious Education at the church I attend People are helping Jean and her family in any way they can Donations of food clothing and furniture are pouring inJeans husband David came to my house to pick up an extra desk I was donating to their son and daughter who had been storing furniture in the garage to take to their empty college apartmentI talked about my feeling of tragedy over the arsonOn the other hand said David weve seen first hand what a great community of people we have I listen to the news sometimes and get really pessimistic but the support weve experienced reminds me there is hope His faith in humanity had been renewedOne might expect a church congregation to pull together for a well- respected member of the church staff but how about a whole city of predominantly Christians pulling together for the
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