To Our Readers

What would you do if ...? Then usually comes the description of some kind of emergency. You wonder, "If that happens, what will be my first response? Where will I turn? Can I remain calm? Will I be ready?" Imagining every conceivable tragedy that could strike, and then how you would respond if it did, is one way to go about emergency preparedness.

Margaret Griffin, author of our Cover Story, prepares in a different way. She sees the limitations of trying to second-guess what could go wrong and how she might react to it. Instead, she relies on a divine source for help. "Thinking of God as answering even before we call," she writes, "gives a new insight into the phrase 'first response.'"

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