I’ll do my best to keep today’s post on subject. To me, it makes sense how this relates to the theme of my blog. I hope it does to you too.
As I put together some of my last few posts about The Bridge of San Luis Reyover the weekend, a book that details the lives of people who fall to their deaths in the collapse of a rope bridge in Peru, I was reminded again about the randomness of tragedy.
Just last week, I posted about how this novel experienced a rebirth after September 11, when Tony Blair quoted a passage from the book during a memorial service for the victims of 9/11.
On the heels of the awful events in Aurora, Colorado last week, this novel seems relevant yet again.
In The Bridge, Thornton Wilder reminds us that any one of us could’ve been on…
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