Friday, December 14, 2012


  was a bad news day. To facilitate grieving and coping, even from a distance, I want to share two links that particularly spoke to me.

First, Krista Tippett's quote and reflection  provide the groundwork for grief - embrace of the sadness followed immediately by the embrace of the community, whose net provides a sense of stability and permanence when those things otherwise gone.

Then, the quick next step for those of us who experienced today's events at a distance, I directy you to James Martin's well-researched and outraged consideration of the causes and effects of today's tragedy at Sandy Hook. Read it, get mad, take action, hug your family.


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