Though Ann Curry has been keeping a low profile since her teary departure as co-host of the "Today" show on air and on Twitter, she broke her relative silence in an intriguing way on Wednesday.
Curry, who has tweeted minimally over the past month, sent a somewhat cryptic message on Wednesday.
"When I despair I remember that throughout history, truth and love have always won," she wrote, referring to the Gandhi quote as "one of [her] favorites." The message followed her initial tweet of the day, "Good morning Twitterverse. Your unbelievable kindness resonates. You have made me love YOU even more."
Curry returned to the network in mid-July to cover the tragic mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado, and was supposedly going to cover the Olympics with the "Today" show gang live in London, though she has not yet appeared on air. Curry was replaced by her "Today" colleague Savannah Guthrie, and was renamed "Today" anchor-at-large and an international and national correspondent for NBC News.
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