The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

remembering a hero, pt. 2

VictoriaSoto SandyHookElementary

It’s a shame that people are celebrated when dead, as in the case of Victoria Leigh Soto (27) who saved children when a shooter opened fire in her classroom. GodTube has a video about this elementary school teacher.

Teacher Gave Her Life To Shield Children From the Newtown Shooter
http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=099MCFNU

Posted By untilweflyaway
“Victoria Soto is a true hero. She used her body to shield her first grade students from the bullets fired into her classroom. May she forever be remembered for the amazing and selfless person she was. Rest in peace sweet Victoria!”

Perhaps this is a morbid voyeurism (disguised as celebration) of an unknown woman. In any case, read her obituary to have an idea who this young woman was.

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One response to “remembering a hero, pt. 2

  1. ngenghou1962 12/19/2012 at 23:31:19

    Indeed that is the sickening irony in life, a person seems to be more appreciated when he or she is dead. Often at funerals, you often hear good words spoken on the dead, even by his or her enemies. Why must we not treasure people when they’re still alive, to say good words about him or her when she is able to hear? When are we going to ditch away with this hypocrisy?

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