Yes, it was a terrible, tragic day. One that would make it easy to question what’s gone wrong in the world.

But, look for the good.

The people turning around and heading into trouble without even pausing to think what might happen.

Doctors, nurses, and volunteers in hospitals, aiding those hurt.

Blood donors responding so fast that the Red Cross announced within a couple hours of the horrific event that blood needs have been met.

People calling others inquiring about loved ones and friends who may have been affected.

Family members making others proud with actions and words.

Our children, and especially today our childrens’ parents, teachers, and other caregivers who may have had to try to explain today.

Good always triumphs.

We’ve got the numbers.

And we wear the white hats.