Who’s to blame?

In the face of tragedy, we have a deep-seated need to find meaning.  The recent trauma in Arizona is no different.  We are left wondering how something like this could happen.  It was so senseless!  As we work through the pain, we ask… Where did we go wrong?  How could we not see this coming?  And the most important question . . . Who’s to blame!   As I read through different ideas and suggested theories, I was reminded of a story. Years ago, I … Continue reading