School Shootings: Is Our Way of Life to Blame?

“Any individual mass murderer has to answer for his actions, but we’ve got to ask ourselves: ‘Why there are so many of them? And why are they so angry?’ …We are highly individualistic and competitive. We’ve left behind all of the traditional social structures that gave us identities, responsibilities, communities, and a sense of belonging… The Beatles asked, ‘All the lonely people, where do they all come from?’ Indeed, they are everywhere. And some of them are angry.” [Read Article]