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On a personal note, I'm completely devastated by the tragedy in Boston. I am simply at a loss for words. It feels frivolous to blog about scrapbooking with the events going on in Boston and the uncertainty that hangs heavy with us all viewing the events as they occur, from around the world. Expressions of devastation and shock all seem so repetitive and mechanic as tragedies such as these continue to occur, continue to confound. Yet concern, grief, shock, fear and horror are rarely as genuine, rarely as palpable as they are at times like these.
Time stops, problems fade, priorities shift, reality is surreal and we are changed. We have no control when it comes to events like these but we do have control over how we respond, how we choose to carry out our change in light of everything that has happened. Fear and terror, grief and anger - that is what those who carry out these atrocities thrive on, what they want to inflict on the innocent. And it's true, they succeed in a sense - do any of us respond to breaking news today as we did before September 11? Or even before the Oklahoma City bombing? However, we are different from them because while we go through the natural course of emotions, we don't stop at our fear, our anger, our terror or our grief. We continue on in our hope, our generosity, our compassion and our grace. As we remember Boston and carry forth through what the future holds, hold tight to your hope and believe in the good that continues to endure.