Paying Respect To The Victims From Aurora, Colorado
It’s been one week since the senseless tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. Over the last few days we’ve heard horrifying details about an event we will never understand. We’ve listened, watched and grieved together.
When we hear a distressing story, our first thought is often: “Why?” We want the world we live in to make sense, but sometimes it just won’t. Stories like this hurt and terrify us, because they defy all reason. And because we are human.
We feel pain for the victims and their loved ones. And we realize there is simply no answer to our question of why. What happened was such an unjust and inhumane act. We can no more understand this than we can stop being humans.
All we can do is try to get through this – together.
To The Victims And Their Loved Ones
Like so many others, all of us at PeopleFinders send our heartfelt sympathies and condolences to the victims and their families. No words, well-wishes or gestures will reduce the pain and grief they feel. But we want them to know that people care.
It’s difficult to feel that there is nothing you can do to help someone in need. When someone is hurting, we want to comfort them. The victims and their loved ones are suffering. We may not be able to do much, but we can let them know that we are thinking of them. We can let them know that we care.
The monster in this story shall not be named here. He deserves no form of publicity. Instead, we focus exclusively on the victims and their families. We cry for those who lost loved ones and those who were injured in this cowardly attack. And we hope that with time and support, the people involved can begin to heal.
As a nation, we also come together to begin the healing process. Some things in this world just make no sense. So take care of each other, and remember to let your loved ones know how you feel. Be safe, and thank you for reading the PeopleFinders people search blog.Tags: Children, School
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