Wonders and Terrors

I am writing this within a few days of the latest mass shooting—this one in San Bernardino, California, with 14 dead, and more wounded. It is difficult to grasp these events—easier to try to keep them at a distance. But some people went to an office party and were never to be seen alive again. Many others had their lives permanently changed. Some of these come under the innocent enough sounding term, “wounded,” which masks sometimes traumatic and permanent changes in one’s physical being. Others have lost friends, parents, children, neighbors, co-workers. All of us have lost some sense of living in a safe and reliable world. It would be obscene to try to make sense of this. That would

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