Wishing the people in Boston all the best for their Marathon. I believe a lot of Australians will be there to participate and offer support.
I wish God's peace to the hearts and minds of those who returned to race, and the same for those who could not. My prayers go out to those who still re-live the trauma of that day. I hope last week's ceremony relieved some of the pain. Go Boston Strong!
by Lisa HW 5 years ago
What a scare. Someone very close to me works in that area. He's fine, thankfully.There is no announcement (if anyone even knows yet) about what caused it, but injuries were very serious. I wouldn't have even known about it because I don't have television or radio on, but someone...
by Dorothy Cooper 5 years ago
Do you think the Boston Marathon bombing is terrorist related or is it another American?Please give your opinion and why.
by Sid Kemp 5 years ago
Boston bombing or Texas explosion: Which is worse?April 15: A terrorist bombing at the Boston Marathon kills 5 (including one bomber, and a policeman later) and wounds over 175. April 17: A fire and explosion (probably accidental, but with likely negligence both at the corporation and in government...
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
How Do You Qualify To Run In The Boston Marathon?How Do You Qualify To Run In The Boston Marathon?
by Lee Tea 5 years ago
In conjunction with the Boston Marathon, what other newsworthy events happened on April 15th?Tax deadline day, Israel's Independence Day, postponed US Senate gun debate, Iranian earthquake. With such a diverse gathering of HubPages members worldwide, what can you report from your part of the...
by Person of Interest 7 years ago
Those who wish, usually fail. Those who act, usually succeed. In other words, slackers pray and doers do. Which are you?Do you pray (wish) for something to happen? Or do you get out there and try to make it happen? Which group do you think has the better success rate?
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