On the morning of April 15, 2013 many of us woke to texts notifying us that a friend, colleague, or loved one had started the Boston Marathon. We watched patiently as the race progressed, celebrating the optimism and tenacity of the runners known and unknown. It’s like that at races; good will, warm wishes, cheering on the weak and tired as well as the strong and elegant. The news of the bombs exploding at 4:09pm shocked us all out of the easy flow of community together into the horror of destruction, death and divisiveness. We grieve the loss of life, safety, and wellbeing of all that were at the race in Boston. And we grieve for all of us as today our community feels less safe and less secure.
We encourage you to draw your loved ones close and continue to rely on this very strong community for support and friendship. Continue to take steps to make peace and build bridges. If you would like to talk to us about your own experience of shock and loss at this time or would like resources to help others, we are here.
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