I’ve just observed two minute’s silence to remember the 52 people killed when four young men strapped bombs to themselves and set out on London’s public transport a year ago.
Today, a year on, things were much as normal. More police at tube and train station perhaps. A slight air of pensiveness about some travellers, certainly. But the city still functions. For most of us, life goes on. Two minutes to remember those whose lives were ended so early, so prematurely seems little enough a sacrifice.
**Some of my Posts from last July
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