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A day of silence

Silent Eloquence is observing a day of mourning, in view of the heinous bombings at London.
I offer my sincere prayers and wishes to victims and their families.

Posted in Catch-all on July 8, 2005


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  1. Bala says

    It is a shameful loss of innocent lives.

    I wonder how many years of silence we must observe for the thousands of innocent lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan. Pity no one mourns them. :(

  2. Surya says

    We do mourn them too. Just that sometimes some incidents affect us more than the others, at a personal level. In a selfish way, I have more friends in London that in the other two places and felt more “scared”. And the surprise element had some part to play in too. The loss of innocent lives anywhere in the world is equally sad and horrible.

  3. Bala says

    Hey Surya, didnt mean that to be a personal comment. Was more of a general perspective. The whole world seems to have been shaken by the 4 London blasts; but the never-ending straffing and use of depleted uraniumm in Iraq and Afghanistan has only shaken their lives. Life for the rest of us just goes on… :(

  4. Surya says

    no worries..didnt take that personally =)



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