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Where Pain Is

Last week a massive earthquake destroyed Port Au Prince, Haiti, and this morning another large aftershock shook the already devastated city.  With estimates of 200,000 dead and over 1 million left homeless, the disaster commanded the world’s attention and has generated a lot of coverage.  A lot of news coverage in turn generates a lot of conversation and a lot of people weighing in.  I don’t intend to weigh in here.  I weigh in on problems at my job, on bad tv commercials, on traffic congestion in Atlanta.  On something as tragic and devastating as this Haiti disaster, I don’t weigh in. Continue reading