Eveyln Cabrera pays her respects in San Bernardino. The horror of terrorism can blind us to blessings.
Eveyln Cabrera pays her respects in San Bernardino. The horror of terrorism can blind us to blessings. Joe Raedle GETTY
Eveyln Cabrera pays her respects in San Bernardino. The horror of terrorism can blind us to blessings. Joe Raedle GETTY

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