Haruki MURAKAMI "Boston, From One Citizen of the World Who Calls Himself a Runner" (translated by Philip Gabriel) http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2013/05/murakami-running-boston-marathon-bombing.html
This combination of sadness, disappointment, anger, and despair is not easy to dissipate. I understood this when I was researching my book “Underground,” about the 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway, and interviewing survivors of the attack and family members of those who died. You can overcome the hurt enough to live a “normal” life. But, internally, you’re still bleeding. Some of the pain goes away over time, but the passage of time also gives rise to new types of pain. You have to sort it all out, organize it, understand it, and accept it. You have to build a new life on top of the pain.
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