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It makes me so sad about the state of the world when things like this happen. Yes, keeping our UK friends in thought and prayer today.
This was such terrible news to wake up to this morning. Many thoughts and prayers go out to them today.
I'm praying not only for the victims of this horror and those left behind, but also for the healing of the minds and hearts of those who feel justified in performing these atrocities; for fanatics of all beliefs.
I'm sad, queasy and enraged all at once. My thoughts and prayers are with the injured and the families of those who died.
Thank you for your kind words.The shock is less for us - we've shrugged off the bombs IRA and the Nazis - but that does not lessen the grief. Tonight some children will wait in vain for mums and dads.
My husband and I visit London once to twice a year. It's like a second home. I'm sick over this. My heart goes out to the victims and their families.
I've been phoning and emailing all day, trying to find out where my friends are - I've just had the last reply, and everyone's okay. Slightly teary sigh of relief. But I feel sick when I think of the people who, at this moment, are not feeling relief and happiness but disbelief, horror and pain. Only God knows what they must be suffering. Thanks for all your good wishes, everyone.
Truly a very sad day all around. Prayers will be said I'm sure around the world for all concerned. Marie
His Lordship Possessed -- October '13
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