I am having difficulty wrapping my head around the tragedy in Norway. My heart goes out to the people there. Horrible doesn’t begin to describe what happened.

So far, the response by the citizens, government, and police in Norway seems to be calm, professional, and solemnly appropriate. I hope that they provide an example here, and that we move forward as a world and learn to judge people truly on the content of their character, and not the color of their skin, society’s ideas about their beliefs, or our own personal fears.

As you heal, Norway, hopefully you can help the whole world do the same.

2 thoughts on “Thoughts on the attacks in Norway

  1. How are you trying to wrap your head around this tragedy?  What part is difficult?

  2. I think Ken means that it is hard to understand how a man can look at that many kids and shoot them point blank for an hour and a half.  It is very hard for me to wrap my head around how someone can be that evil and methodical in killing young people.

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