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Midge Kirk

Our human connections are indeed vast and deep. Thank you for writing about this today. Most people I encounter won't talk about it, as if that could quell the horror. My heart too hurts and I join you in sending love and light to Japan and fight the urge to feel helpless. Prayers, love and light!
Midge Kirk


Thanks for commenting, Midge! :) I wondered if I should post about it or not, but finally I just decided I had to.


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