Reflections on the Tragic Loss of Lucy and her two daughters Mia & Rina in a Terrorist Attack.
It’s heartbreaking to hear about the tragic loss of Israeli mother Lucy Dee 48-year-old and her two daughters 20-year-old Maia Dee and 15-year-old Rina in a terrorist attack. It’s yet another reminder of what has gone wrong with humanity. How killing has become so easy and why nothing justifies it.
The killing of innocent people can never be justified, no matter what the cause
As we struggle to come to terms with this tragedy we must ask ourselves, when will humanity ever come to its senses? When will we realize that violence only begets more violence and that there is no justification for killing innocent people?
The world is filled with darkness, and it is easy to lose hope when we hear stories of tragic loss, such as the recent terrorist attack that claimed the lives lucy and her daughters. It is heartbreaking to think that someone could commit such a heinous act of violence, leaving a family without their loved one.
The answer is not a simple one, but we must remember that we are all human beings, and we are all capable of both great good and great evil. It is up to each of us to choose which path we take, to decide whether we will succumb to the darkness or strive towards the light.
The killing of innocent people can never be justified, no matter what the cause. It is a senseless act of violence that only leads to more violence and hatred. We must break the cycle of violence and seek a path of peace, for the good of both the Palestinian and Israeli people.
In this time of darkness, we must hold onto the light of hope
We must come together as one, to honor the memory of those we have lost and work towards a brighter future. As Albert Einstein once said, “Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding.” We must strive to understand one another, to see each other as fellow human beings with the same hopes and dreams, and to work together towards a better future.
In this time of darkness, we must hold onto the light of hope. We must remember that we are all capable of creating positive change in the world, that even the smallest act of kindness can have a ripple effect that spreads far and wide.
Maya Angelou once said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Let us strive to make each other feel loved, valued, and respected, and let us work towards a future where all people can live without fear of violence and hatred.
In memory of Lucy and her two daughters Mia and Rina who were taken from this world far too soon, let us come together in unity, in love, and in hope for a brighter tomorrow.