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Letter: Book offers solution to gun violence

Will you tolerate one more letter regarding gun violence in schools? I'd like to introduce you to a writer who presents a probable cause and a highly intelligent solution. It will bring people together and change lives. His name is Frank Peretti ...

Will you tolerate one more letter regarding gun violence in schools? I'd like to introduce you to a writer who presents a probable cause and a highly intelligent solution. It will bring people together and change lives. His name is Frank Peretti and he knows of what he speaks.

The book is "Wounded Spirit," written after the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999 in Littleton, Colorado.

It would behoove us to post this letter anywhere it can be posted, buy this book and gift it to a teacher, coach, principal, physical education personnel, boss, co-worker, parent and anyone else you can think would be willing.

If you want to make a difference in the world, I challenge you to read this book, take it to heart and act on it. You will be a blessing and possibly prevent another tragedy.

Bjornstad lives in Fargo.

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