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  1. Catherine
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    Colleen, I have just read the article. It brought tears to my eyes.

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  2. Catherine
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    Panic…destruction…carnage…barbarity…butchery…tears and blood from several attacks on young people enjoying themselves on a Friday night in the 11e arrondissement in Paris.
    Massacres in Bagdad and Beirut. Innocent individuals who are paying the ultimate price for the madness of certain individuals. Where is justice? I fear it is disorder and disharmony that lies ahead.
    As a French citizen, I am very touched by what has happened in my country. My heart bleeds for the families left behind who have lost a loved one. How do they reconcile themselves with this atrocity? How do they carry on livng? Where is justice? My heart is full of anger.
    Love is NOT the word that springs to my mind at the moment.

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  3. Carol Wiebe
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    I am of two minds about writing about such events. I really do not like to give the perpetrators any publicity. On the other hand, when people are hurt, it is important to know how and why. The problem is the spreading of fear. You did this in a way that is not flashy or incendiary, and which shows a balanced picture, which I appreciate.
    I believe Mandela was right.

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  4. Dee Dee
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    Let Love Lead the Way…

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  5. Dee Dee
    Dee Dee at |

    Well said!

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