It is not ironic that in one part of the world a country (the United States) is celebrating Thanksgiving Day and in another part of the same world another country (India) is torn by a Terrorist Attack!
How more contrasting can things get? We have a group of people giving thanks for the things and for the people they appreciate and treasure and we have another group tearing apart the things and people they hate and wish to destroy. The finest and the worst of human nature are played out today in these two places.
What has gone wrong? Where has it gone wrong? Is the hatred so intense, is the the enemity so great? Is the causes so hopeless? Is the cause they espoused so pessimistic that they have to resort to such tactic? Has the line of communication totally broken down that there is no hope for a amicable solution? Are their life experiences so harsh that they have lost all respect for the sanctity of human lives.? No matter how righteous their motives may be, they should not inflict such sufferings on innocent people. The causes, circumstances, experiences, motivations and motives are many and varied for each group to come to its own course of action. But ultimately, is not each individual responsible for his own actions?