Las Vegas Shooting Attack 2017: Remembering That Life Is Too Short

Unfortunately, Las Vegas has become another U.S. tragedy.  A 64-year-old man from Mesquite, Nevada killed more than 50 people.  As well as injuring over 400 people in the process of it all. A senseless tragedy that has devastated millions of people.

It’s sad to think that we live in a world full of so much evil and hate.  A world where others disregard human life so easily.  Many times on the news, we hear about innocent people dying. People that had nothing to do with the situation at hand.

The people killed and injured in this massive Las Vegas shooting did not deserve any of this. They was just trying to enjoy themselves at a concert when tragedy struck. It saddens me to think that tragedy can strike when you least expect it. That your life can be taken away in an instant without no warning or disregard.

Which it is why It is important to value your life. Because  nowadays, you never know when your life may end.  As harsh as that may sound, it is the truth of the reality. The world that we live in today has become more evil and senseless.  It’s as if some of us have forgotten how to feel compassion and empathy for others.

Even though I can not personally relate to this tragedy, my prayers and heart goes out to those affected. No one deserves to lose their loved ones in such a tragic and horrific manner.  I  hope one day all of this tragedy can stop.  That the world can be at peace and more people can learn to love. So remember to live life to the fullest because you never know when it is going to be your last.

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Crystal Santoría

What happened there should not have happened. That man was a coward to take his own life after all of that. We have to start not only valuing our own lives but learning to value others lives also. 59 killed and for what? Just makes me mad.

Tara Pittman

This event makes people afraid to go to large events. My daughter lives in Vegas and is a teacher. Many of her students and fellow teachers knew someone who died so it was a tough day for them.

Terri Beavers

I just cried when I saw what happened. This affected so many people and it was a needless act of cowardness. I just can’t imagine how much worse our world is going to get before it’s over.


Very sad and totally horrific situation


Such a senseless act. I pray for all victims, families and those affected and unaffected. Also praying for this entire country as one nation and that we can come together and bring back peace. God Bless.


Praying for all the family and friends of those who lost their lives in this tragedy in Las Vegas. My heart breaks for what is going on in the world.


It’s so unfortunate what happened and it’s awful to think that people can do that!


This is definitely important to keep in mind. How unbearably tragic this all has been.

Mimi Wong

So sad and unfortunate.