Emerging from the Rubble: The Imagined and the Real

Posted: May 30, 2011 in Uncategorized
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Report from brother, Rod Carson, in Joplin – conversations with people who, having taken cover in center rooms of their houses, basements, or storm shelters, emerged after the tornado only to find the entirely unanticipated:

“A common theme among people I’ve talked to who crawled out of wreckage

is the expectation of finding local damage and instead finding total devastation.”

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Comments
  1. Jan Coffman says:

    Isn’t that like so many of us. We feel so alone when things go so wrong, but we soon find that many share the same problems.

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