In the face of tragedy it's easy to try to find solutions as a means of easing the horror and pain. Like the scapegoats of Hebrew Scriptures, the temptation of making someone or something "bad" is especially present when faced with fear and grief. Whether it's a person, religion, object ... the moment we establish something as "other" we lose the awareness of all that is connected. Athiests, Christians and Muslims. Guns, knives and semi trucks. Man, Woman, School-aged kids. All have done evil. All have done good. Practicing the pause and allowing contemplation to reveal the complexity of reality is the hard way...but it's the path to authentic awareness in my opinion.