Lessons from disaster

3.11 taught us a lot. Basically, that there is more to life than worrying about ongoing disasters. By no means am I saying this to be insensitive, but when you’re pummeled with sad news nonstop for days on end, it gets a bit repetitive.

3.11 taught me that it’s ok not to be on top of news stories as they unfold, you will hear things you need to eventually.

This is yesterday’s post. I was out of range. Sorry about that

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