Sometimes I wonder if the world is being run by smart people who are putting us on, or by imbeciles who really mean it.
- Mark Twain
I think that sadness and rage are entirely appropriate.However another blogger pointed out something I had been overlooking. This is a tragedy - for the families, for the police, the fire-fighters, the medical professionals, the survivors. However, despite the sad and bad actions of this individual (and others like him) there are many, many more people in the world who do not, and never will, commit these senseless and obscene acts. And your 'only thing you could think of to post right now' hits the spot. Thank you.
I don't think we were meant to deal with such horribleness. There are no words to describe it.
Thank you for this, sweetie. Those poor children, teachers and families.
Of the three, Peace, Love and Understanding the third is the most difficult. How will we ever understand such tragedies?
It's hard to go about daily activities as if nothing happened, isn't it? Yet it's all we can do. Yes - Elvis hits the spot.
Yup.Btw, just read the item we were discussing over the weekend and I agree with your original assessment.
We're all feeling down now. It's discouraging to know it truly could happen any place, any time, to any person. And me, well, I don't have kids, but I'd like to have kids in the future, and it's hard knowing I'll have to bring them into a world like this.
thank you for this, dear!what heartbreak.our hearts go out to the families and children affected.weeping...xx
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