“In a moment of pain and anger, I almost committed a terrible atrocity.”
After growing up in painful, abusive conditions, Aaron Stark was preparing to take as many lives as possible. Finding the gun was easy. Then an act of kindness changed his mind.
If we are serious about preventing future atrocities, his story and the simple acts that deflected him from that course of action are worth listening to.
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