I’ve heard on many occasions that tragedy proves the value of your friendships, relationships.
A little more than 23 years ago an entire community had to quickly define itself when Columbine High School took its place among schools that had experienced a bloody rampage and loss of life.
As the headlines unfolded, there were countless tears and hugs of support from friends and likely from people who felt the pain and offered their support to those directly connected with the incident.
They didn’t care who was in the Honor Society, or who was on the A-Squad. They were in shock. Their sen...