You’re not going to let you’re your daughter go to that upcoming concert, the grandmother urges the mother.
This after realizing her granddaughter had attended an Ariana Grande concert last year, similar to the one in Manchester that has made news.
The knee jerk reaction is to keep everyone safe at home, especially our kids.
That discussion has played out in millions of homes around the world in the shadow of what happened in Manchester at a pop show filled with innocent teenagers, some even younger.
You know what happened next.
No, we cannot react with fear and play into terrorists agenda but how is one to act when our most precious resource (our kids) are treated like waist.
If we can realistically win this war on terror, what will be the tipping point that concludes enough is enough, and unties the rest of the world with a common solution?
If not this tragedy, than what? Syria?
As well as the 22 that lost their lives, and so many more that were injured, think of how many young minds will be scared for life as a result of this primitive terrorist attack.
Then there are the grandmothers here who don’t want their grand kids to go out to a concert ever again, anywhere.
The ripple of terrorism affects us all, we need a solution that does the same.