The City Sage: Thoughts on Boston and Beyond

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April 19, 2013

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Kristin

Thanks for your words of solidarity. I was at the Boston Marathon cheering for a friend on Monday afternoon. It really was unbelievable -- tragic and sad and horrible. But also, there were incredible displays of the beauty of the human spirit.

Mahoganybacon

This was very well-written and so true. This week, more than any other, I have been listening to opinions and reading articles and news as it came, trying to understand and at a complete loss for words about the state of things. That quote is so poignant. Thank you for writing this.

Kelly Golightly

Beautifully said, my friend.

Maureen Sullivan Stemberg, Interiors

Anne,
Thank you! I am so proud to be a Bostonian.
Our Gov. Deval & Mayor Menio ... Did a great
job making us feel safe. Of course, my heart is
full of gratitude for The Boston Police, FBI and all the people who help us all get though this awful & horrific 4 day's. I am also grateful for all the expression of kindness that was sent our way. Thank you!

Marjory (@sacredflow)

Yes. Empathy. Compassion. Kindness. All born when we pause and open our hearts.

samantha hahn

well put.

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