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What a terrible day - why do people intentionally do such wicked things? Even though we are a few hours away it seems to have gripped the nation with nearly everybody knowing someone in London (G is there today and I wish him a lot of things but nothing sinister today....)One positive thing from this is that it makes you count your blessings and be thankful for everything precious we have.
There is such horror in the world...but the goodness in human nature will always prevail, especially in times such as this.I'll keep you in my thoughts and prayers, Toni. I know this has to be a difficult time for you.
It is awful--but you do have to count your blessings, and pray nobody you know was hurt. Not that it makes it any better but you know what I mean. Deb--G will be fine. I just know it. Melissa, it is a difficult time, but harder for people with family in London. I just hope the people I know are OK.
I do wish I could control the world. Seriously--I think the right dictator would go a long way. There would be no terrorists, no disasters, no death, poverty or disease. The environment would be clean and considered our most important resource. If only...What the hell are these people thinking? Or more likely, like the terrorists of old, they are just killers with blood lust going after the easy innocent targets that can not protect themselves.I bet they are so pleased with themselves. How do you cope with mentalities so different to the norm?
I have no idea. I can't fathom such violence and being proud of it! It's unspeakable. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of London and their families. What a horrible set back in humanity.
I hope your friends and family are well, Toni. Love ya girl.