My family lived in Brussels for a short time. My sister, Linda and I attended a primary school where several languages were spoken. No, English was not one of them.
Some memories have faded but the people followed by the architecture and my school are what remain the strongest.
As the stories trickle out about the victims, their heartbroken loved ones and the heroic first responders, hearts break in unison around the world. Such a senseless and sad tragedy.
"I've decided to stick with love. Hate is too much of a burden to bear." MLK
I'm praying for for the people of #Brussels, as well as the broken and lost terrorists. God give us peace. #PrayForTheWorld
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