The Boston Marathon Bombing

“When the dust has settled and we’ve learned more and had time to try to make sense of this tragedy in Boston, perhaps we’ll take a moment to reflect on the fact that being the victims of bombing, whether foreign or domestic, is a terrible thing.

Maybe as we heal from this hurt, we can take some time to learn where other bombings have taken place in the world lately. Maybe we can try to help. Maybe we can try to stop them. Maybe we have that power. Maybe it’s time to look to our leaders and demand we no longer be responsible for this feeling we’re experiencing, experienced by others around the world.

No person, no nation, no people should feel what Boston feels today.”

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2 thoughts on “The Boston Marathon Bombing

  1. My brother usually runs in Boston, except he has a one-year-old, so he decided to stay home. My folks usually stand almost exactly where the bomb went off, when they watch for him to cross the finish line.

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