Now, of course, not all people are Christians, so they wouldn't miss it maybe, because they never experienced it like we have all our lives. However, some people may enjoy these events as holidays, not realizing the real meaning behind it. This is sad, but I think it could be possibly true if they don't believe in Jesus. The Holy Spirit that Jesus left with us to live within us is proof that the everlasting love will never die.
This is the love I am writing about today.
Inmates' work with dogs is a labor of love
To the editor:
The Hagerstown prisons have gone to the dogs, literally. Dogs are being housed, trained, and shown love and care, some for the first time in their lives, here at Roxury Correctional Institution.
I watch them outside my window, and I see the intensive therapy given to the poor animals that have been used, abused and abandoned. People can truly be cruel, but isn't it nice that those who once were labeled the "bad guys" are now turning themselves around and helping the helpless dogs.
I hope others feel as I do and give kudos to the administration and those inmates involved for making use of inmate labor for such time-consuming work, a labor of love.
RCI, No. 176-059