Monday, April 15, 2013

A Different Kind of Grief... and Horror

Here it is, this beloved annual event on this cool and sunny April day, and again, death and devastation.  At this point, no one knows who was responsible for the two bombs, filled with shrapnel, which detonated within seconds of each other.  Two dead, and one of them is an eight year old.  Hundreds injured.    I am reminded that this horror has been going on in downtown Baghdad, and in villages all over Afghanistan, and in villages in Palestine and Israel, almost every day.  But when it hits home, it finally hits home. 

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