By Clyde Evely
My heart cries out in anguish for the living and dead of Newtown, Conn., even as my mind grows numb with the effort to understand these events. I am not alone in trying to cope by understanding how it came to be that a young, troubled man killed so many bright spirits so efficiently, and then himself.
Evely is a retired clinical psychologist. He and his wife tend their farm in Catawba.