Saturday, November 14, 2015

Paris ~ When Words Escape You













Thinking of Paris and those who lost their lives in last night's tragic attacks. 








16 comments:

  1. Your symbols say everything, I am lost for words too.

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  2. A horrid attack on innocent people. I've something on my blog pages, too, Inger. I couldn't express what I feel, so I put up an image box saying Vive La France! and the date. Canada will support France, as Trudeau - our new prime minister - has said.

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  3. I can't find the words to express my true feelings. I'm still in shock. Lets pray for an end to this evil and for peace on earth. Christmas will have a new meaning for me this year.

    Hugs,
    Julia

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  4. Simplicity conveys strong messages.

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  5. I hope the French light them up. France won't take this on the chin, mouthing empty platitudes like our President does. I await developments with hope and faith.

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  6. Det är fruktansvärt när människor inte kan vara tillsammans på vår jord utan måste göra livet , besvärligt för dom som inte tycker lika ,kramen Nette

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  7. Hi Inger - lovely simple reflections. We need no more - we know what we feel.

    I hope everyone takes stock, and thinks ... not over-reacting ...

    Such desperate times and so so sad ... thank you for these evocative photos ... Hilary

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  8. You are so right, Inger. Words fail.

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  9. Paris and France have withstood so many trials and emerged bruised but victorious. The world must unite to battle this madness in an intelligent, reasoned manner.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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