Friday nights are usually movie nights at my home. But as we were about to put the movie into the DVD player, I asked my wife to wait. “What’s on TV right now is better than any movie,” I told her. “This is real life, and I want to see how it ends.”
I’m sure a similar scene played itself out over the last week in homes all across America. Eyes were glued to TV sets as the plot lines unfolded in Boston. First the horrific tragedy of terrorist planted bombs which killed three and wounded countless others. Then the surrounding uncertainty as speculation ran rampant as to what – or who – was behind the attack. Fingers pointed in every direction, blaming just about every possible group, as pundits debated the reason for the senseless violence.
And on Thursday evening, as families everywhere were preparing their Thursday night dinners…
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