Other than the endless political banter, guns, and specifically school shootings have lead the headlines recently, and for good reason.
My children are now being called the “Mass Shooting Generation,” a term I wholeheartedly disagree with. Our use of language, much like our objectivity, has been utterly lost.
We can continue to look for “light switch” solutions to these complex issues that did not arrive overnight, or we can, as a society, agree that there is a problem, and commit ourselves to the work needed to create an actual change.
It all starts with remaining objective, and not giving in to our emotions.