Wordless Wednesday: every parent’s worst fear

White roses: symbolic of innocence and purity. Remembering 141 innocent children and their teachers killed yesterday in Peshawar, and two Australians in Martin Place, Sydney. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014

White roses: symbolic of innocence and purity. Remembering 141 children and their teachers killed yesterday in Peshawar, and all the victims of the Martin Place siege, Sydney, Australia. Photo: Su Leslie, 2014

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10 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: every parent’s worst fear

  1. It is so so very sad. I just do not understand the barbaric actions. The images in my mind of what happened to the children and in such manner. Makes one wonder where is the humanity with certain peoples.To destroy or kill the innocent. No second thought is given, not a sign of any remorse.

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    • It is so difficult to comprehend what kind of ideology could justify the killing of children. We were all children once, and many of us are parents. I am filled with sadness and dismay.

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