213 Father's words were hard to hear.


Tom Garrett 3 years, 9 months ago

I scanned an article talking about the father of the two Boston bombers, thinking I would ignore it as I have most of news on the bombing because there just isn't much more to be said.

Then I read his words.

"I am going there to see my son and bury my older one," Anzor Tsarnaev said. "I have no bad thoughts, I'm not planning any bombings, I don't want to do anything. I'm not offended by anyone. I want to know the truth, what happened. I want to work it out."

Yes, Dad. We hear you.

God help you in your pain. Whether you call Him God or Allah, we share your pain, and so does He.


Tom Garrett 3 years, 9 months ago

A father or mother's worst nightmare. You learn that your kids, those nice little bright eyed kids you remember laughing and playing together, the ones you cared for and loved, the ones you were so proud of at times, are mass murderers, and that one of them is dead, and all there is left for you to do is bury him.


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