“You must be feeling great loss and anger,” they said.
I was told this—that I must be feeling loss and anger—shortly after the attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand last month. I took it as a question and quickly replied back to the contrary. If I had been in a position to defend my fellow humans from the attack, then I surely hope I would have. But that was not the case. When the attacks started, I was in a US university chatting about Paulo Freire, the Socratic method, and Bloom’s Taxonomy. Shortly after the attack I would enjoy