When death visits suddenly and senselessly, it is a reminder of the interconnectedness we all share. I was strongly move not to write about the events of September 11 at all on this page. It seemed that everything that could be said had been said. The images of terror and disaster have been played and replayed. The ventings of anger and righteousness (and sadness and remorse) have filled the media and e-mail queues, and have been repeated, over and over, in seemingly endless ...
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