The Connecticut Massacre.
He was described as quiet, shy and socially awkward.
He was not the type to be loud, abrasive and forward.
He was highly intelligent and kept his thoughts to himself.
He didn't posses the tools to communicate with anyone else.
Whenever he spoke, his words felt forced and fake.
Who knew back then how many lives this man could take.
The realisation of his isolation was activated by the school premises.
He was never able to see his peers as friends but only as his nemeses.
But when he was home his alienation became none existent.
He was able to laugh and smile without any form of resistance.
The constant contrast in environments became too much for him to handle.
It was only an amount of time before he enacted some sort of immoral scandal.
After a confrontation at school he marched home to collect his mother's weapons.
His mother caught him in the act and tried to stop him as he reached for the second
Loaded rifle that was originally used as a source of family entertainment.
But this item would soon be used by an unstable and vengeful assailant.
He shot and killed his own mother in order to execute his immoral plan.
He then stormed back to his school with the loaded weapons in his hands.
He burst through the welcoming doors and shot at anyone in his line of vision.
He repeatedly shot innocent teachers and students with vindictive precision.
A total of twenty six bodies lay in their classrooms brutally murdered.
And just when you thought a human being could not possibly go further
He turned the gun on himself selfishly avoiding any responsibility.
Hundreds of police officers consequently then invaded the facility.
The horrific things human beings are capable of
Are enough to make you question whether there is a God.
How can someone take the lives of several young children and teachers?
How can we then go to a holy sanctuary and believe the words of a preacher?
When there are no answers to why we do such unspeakable things.
As long as mankind continues to thrive and survive,
There will always be suffering.