Maybe 10 years ago, it was the kind of event that would have evoked horror and outrage.

This time, it barely raised an eyebrow.

Just last month, in Oakland, CA., we had a shooting at a very small religious school, Oikos University. You may have heard about it, maybe not.

Seven people were shot to death that day. Seven. At the type of place we used to think was immune from incidents like these.

No, this isn’t going to be an anti-gun screed.

Actually, I lied. It is anti-gun. But not in the way you might think.

Because I am concerned with the damage that you don’t see that is caused by guns.

Pick up the paper or turn on the news any day, in South Florida and around the country, and you can see the bloodshed and horrible tragedy caused by guns.

What you don’t see as often is how guns are making us numb to heinous violence. We are starting to react to gun violence — even massive violence — with nothing more than a shrug.

Almost like it’s normal and there’s not much we can do about it.

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