It seems that no one worried about those who are being killed in terrorist activities.
Are you? if yes please let me know your views.

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It's easy for us far away to read the terrible news, sigh and move on to the next article. If instead, we stopped to think, "That two year old is someone's beloved, sacred child," or "That young woman means everything in the world to some people," or "That grandfather will be sorely missed," or "That man is the father of six children," the harsh reality of the consequences of these senseless actions might come home to roost for some of us.

There is no "cause" worth dying for more important than living for the living. We are all in this together. When one of us goes missing, we all lose something.

Thanks Mahesh for asking these difficult (and thought-provoking) questions.
Thanks Maureen for your reply.
But even though how can we stop someone to kill someone?
I keep thinking all the time now a days.
Is there any solution?
few says education is the only tool to wash out all kind of bloodiness.
your view please.
Education is certainly a big step in the right direction but what the world needs, now, as that old adage goes, is love. It's what it's all about. And understanding. And compassion. And hope.

I don't think there's any tool on earth that can stop some people from doing what they're going to do. One thing I see running through much of their mantras though is fundamentalism. I think it's mostly a dangerous thing.

Why are you thinking about this all the time? Not that that's a bad thing - I'm glad to hear SOMEONE is!

Do you believe in evil?
Yes I do. We can describe it as an intentional negative moral acts or thoughts that are cruel, unjust or selfish. So ultimately evil thinking is the root cause for all that what is happening.
Maureen Sharib said:
Education is certainly a big step in the right direction but what the world needs, now, as that old adage goes, is love. It's what it's all about. And understanding. And compassion. And hope.

I don't think there's any tool on earth that can stop some people from doing what they're going to do. One thing I see running through much of their mantras though is fundamentalism. I think it's mostly a dangerous thing.

Why are you thinking about this all the time? Not that that's a bad thing - I'm glad to hear SOMEONE is!

Do you believe in evil?
Evil is a complicated subject and one worth discussing. Or is it?

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