Moment of Silence Observances for Anniversary of Marjory Stoneman Douglas Tragedy

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In observance of the first anniversary of the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Keiser University held a statewide moment of silence on Valentine’s Day.

At the Office of the Chancellor, the Rev. Mrs. Louise Morley led participants in a moment of remembrance at 10:17  as a memorial to the 17 students and faculty members.

Here is what she shared with those who gathered for the observance:

“We gather this morning to remember and reflect…
The happenings of last Valentine’s Day will never be erased but perhaps if we dedicate ourselves to expressing Love we will never witness such an occurrence again.
Love unites us in perfect union with each other.

Love is our inner quality that sees the good in everyone and in the world around us.
Today let us choose to focus on the power of love, to see it in self and in others.
Let us be thankful for loved ones near and far and to hold everyone in mind and heart.
Love is the energy that guides us to our highest good…the essence of life itself.
Divine love expresses in and through me.” – Rev. Louise Morley


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