We may collectively be failing to deal with the stress imposed upon us by the worst domestic attack on our soil. While we must rightly hunt down the perpetrators, another danger lurks. Having little experience in dealing properly with a trauma of this magnitude, we may be slowly losing our humanity.
The kind of stress to which I am alluding can make us better or it can make us bitter, depending upon how we rise to the occasion. Many of us may be uncomfortable with the idea, but there is an evil that opposes the well-being of mankind. Just as it is meant that the most fit creatures survive the weakest, the survival of the fittest, so it is that our most noble instincts ought to rise in the face of temptation. What differentiates humans from animals is our ennobling consciousness. Knowing how to mobilize its inherent, overriding influence to stress would not only help us survive, it would also bring about a kingdom of heaven on earth.
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