Uncertainty Redux

My thoughts go out to everyone affected by what is now called Superstorm Sandy. Observations from my previous post about uncertainty pale in comparison to what many face now, millions still with no electricity, two of my family members included as I write this. And many unable to return to their homes for the time being, or perhaps not ever returning to the home they once had. Not to mention the families who lost loved ones because of the storm.

How they all come through it will be the supreme example of handling uncertainty, that none of us hopes we have to face. If you’re one of the many affected by Sandy, I hope your recovery is as quick as it possibly can be.

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