Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Thinking of Boston: 4/15

First bomb just went off, and in the background, the second and largest bomb can be seen in active detonation. And amazing but horrific image.
 Like many of you, I am in shock and anger of the bomb attacks in Boston near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. As of this moment, 3 people are dead, and approximately 150+ people are wounded, many of them gravely wounded with missing limbs.

I don't know what to say, or what to do. I feel helpless because I want to help. I guess I can just ask those who happen to read this to take a moment and reflect and use the goodness in your heart, to do good and be good to your fellow human being. I believe that MOST people are GOOD people; and there are just a few strong evil and sick ones out there. Just like eating an apple... if you find a molded section, the entire apple is no good. That is how corrupt and bad evil people are, and their evil and wicked deeds. But we can't allow them to ruin our world and lives.

The first terrorist attack on American soil since September 11, 2001 will set off new changes on our civil liberties. I hope that the person(s) responsible are found soon before they wreck havoc again. Based on the number of bomb devices found throughout the immediate central area of Boston where the marathon finish line was located, it appears that more bombs were suppose to go off and destroy more lives and property. Regardless if the bombers are domestic or foreign, they are both terrorists and need to be dealt with quickly.

As I train for just a mere 5K race for this summer, my heart and prayers really goes out to the runners, their families, and the spectators and supporters who were directly harmed by the bombing yesterday.

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