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On KU students' 'Hawks for Boston' effort raises more than $2,000 for bombing victims


benofthebull 5 years ago

It's interesting to see that it takes such a tragedy such as this for many people to treat others with care and respect. Why can't people just respect others everyday instead of waiting until a tragedy occurs?

Bob Forer 5 years ago

So are suggesting that these good people who are volunteering their time to help others in need don't treat others with care and respect when they are not specifically fundraising for the Boston tragedy?

Leslie Swearingen 5 years ago

It really doesn't though it may seem that way. It is just that a tragedy is so awful that it calls for different responses than ordinary, everyday caring. Reaching out to others in situations such as the Boston bombing does not mean they have not been treating others with care and respect all along.

donnap 5 years ago

This is my daughter, and I must say that she does this each and every day! When it all comes down, anyone who does anything, is being a real person!

Bob Forer 5 years ago

You raised a great child, Donna. thanks.

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