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“I can’t make sense of it.” That’s a recurring theme this summer. You can make sense of suicide and death and plane crashes. You can analyze data, do toxicology tests, determine the chances of someone being susceptible to influences that push them to destroy themselves. You can analyze wreckage and figure out why the plane fell out of the sky.
I’ve been trying to avoid writing about death. We’ve had too much opportunity to avoid it this summer. Making sense doesn’t make you feel better. Maybe the sense you make can contribute to future preventative measures and that is better than simple loss. But I’m not going to make sense of it, all I can do is ride this wave of sorrow with a box of kleenex on hand.
@dchesnokov: “I am sorry that I can’t reply to you, guys. I am just in shock still.”