Assuming one world, we are only moving back as a race. Why are guns so accessible? Many argue for safety. To me that's fuzzy thinking. Its insane!
I have never understood the gun law, and if yesterdays incident in Newtown, CT does not demand change, what will? A school is a child's alma matter. His second home, and if children are not safe there, where will they be? As a parent, when I drop off my child in the morning, I have a presumed reassurance, its his school, he is going to be safe there. What can go wrong, there are teachers, 700+ other students, his school is on a very busy street, what can possibly go wrong? Well, yesterdays all my fears became a reality. Murphy's law struck Sandy Hook Elementary in the most horrific way.
It is a loss not only to the victims and their families but also to us a society. As humans we started as one race, a race that wandered in clans, fed each other, lived in harmony with nature using its abundance and cherished the abundance of the little that we had.
Where were we and where have we come? Its a choice we have to make today. Should we choose to continue walking the path of today, know that guns will come and then will come roses, surrounding one of our kind; a daughter, a son, a mother, a father, could be you.