Tag Archives: terrorism

TERROR

After this latest terrorist attack — each, it seems, more horrific than the last — the phrase “the new normal” is now cropping up. What does that mean, I wonder? Does that mean we’ll stop being horrified? That we will

THE KILLING FIELDS

How do we go on like this? Offering ‘thoughts and prayers,’ having moments of silence, when we know that within weeks or even days, another shooting, very probably a mass shooting, will occur? With this latest tragedy in San Bernardino,

IN A DARK TIME

“In a dark time the eye begins to see.”  – Theodore Roethke Anyone who would say that we are not, globally, going through dark times is either in serious need of therapy or so deep in denial that no amount

RE-DEFINING TERROR

Terror was once something that, for most people, existed outside the boundaries of their lives. It was something they hoped to never experience, although everyone could probably think of at least one occasion when they were truly terrified. Then terrorism

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