Like everyone else, I’ve seen the outpouring of emotion this week. People react differently to death and to a tragedy in general; some handle it with grace and composure while others break down, they lash out, they cling to petty differences and let that govern their emotions. They check their filters before they share their thoughts and emotions online and publish for the world what was once in their head. Before I could say or do anything, I had to hear from him. I had to see where his head was because it would take strength to have something this tragic happen to you and persevere. This tragedy was about those who we lost and how those who survived. It would parse the minefield of death and suffering and, ultimately, how they would push forward because as Myles says, that’s the only way we can go.