When a city has been torn apart, what writing expresses feelings best?

How do you write from the heart about a calamity – the Brussels Attacks – that has just stunned you into shock and silence?
HTWB Belgian flagYesterday’s tragedy in Brussels, Belgium – coming just over 4 months after the even more hideous atrocities 200 miles away in Paris – has resulted in a deluge of words written by journalists and their editors, mostly capitalising on the shock-horror elements that sell newspapers and please online advertisers.

But ironically, these words fail to express what the average person really feels. Here’s why. [Read more…]

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