Posted by: Leah | December 15, 2012

Connecticut

Today we woke up in the world that is a little bit colder, rougher and  unfriendlier. If you come from a less fortunate part of the world, like I do, you understand that many of us are still very alert – you enter the subway, you look – left, right, any unattended bags, and where I am going to run when the men will come. You enter a restaurant, you look left, right, any good hiding spots for when a bomb will explode. Being alert does not mean being ready, but I can’t imagine how it feels when a tragedy strikes in the perfectly safe world.

I grief with all families in Connecticut who lost their precious. I can’t even express how sorry I am. Your children, and your moms, and your courage will not be forgotten. Baruch dayan ha-emet.

 

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