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The deaths of three Boy Scouts hold out weekend at Lake O' the Pines is enough to make you want to look toward the heavens, shake your fist and scream, "This is not hypothetical to happen. Good kids, involved in totally appropriate activities with adult supervision, at a public lake, under obvious skies and — just like that — lightning strikes from a power line. This is not supposed to happen. It's almost too much to bear — especially for those who have children of any age, even if they are gone and forgotten Scouts, girls or boys, and remember the numerous times they sent a kid away for the weekend, or to residential camps. Scouting is the prime program for youth. Out of many good organizations, Scouting ranks high above the others. No, this is not supposed to transpire and yet it has and we must bear up under the weight of the sorrow. Not only that, we must persevere today and forever because this will not be the last time it happens. Bad things happen to good-hearted people. They happen even as murderers roam our streets because they have not been caught and punished for their crimes. I wish I could make things honestly, turn back time, revert to a previous version. I swear, though, if I hear someone come up with the cockamamie idea this happened because God is wearing the Scouts for some decision, I'll punch them square in the nose. To do so would not honor these three young men or the Scouting oath they probably repeated hundreds, if not thousands, of times. This is not to eliminate out the possibility that God has a plan we don't understand in this horror, just to say there's no human being on Earth who could possibly tell you what that is. This is not supposed to happen, but it did and now what. The best feature we could do is to encourage the Scout leaders and troop members to find a way to push through the grief and continue living the Scout law. The parents of those Scouts also will demand to be reassured. I don't know what words I could possibly say that would help them persevere. That is the first task to be done but it must quickly be followed with an investigation with an eye to how the electric transmission lines got so close to the water in the first place. Another tragedy must not be allowed to happen. Can this troop be held together under all these pressures teen-age boys should not under any condition have to. Source: www.news-journal.com
The deaths of three Boy Scouts eventually weekend at Lake O' the Pines is enough to make you want to look toward the heavens, shake your fist and yowl, "This is not supposed to happen!" It is utterly unexplainable on every single level. Good kids, convoluted
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