my feeling is of frustation.. i couldnīt have done anything, after all, someone could have gotten shot. But i donīt have the instinct to buy a weapon and try to defend myself. My instinct is to have more and more care to avoid ANY kind of risk, and i am locking and checking all my doors windows since it happened.
Also, they didnīt stole any keys from my place, so no need to re-key the locks.
But yeah, iīm starting to calm down..
just a bit jumpy of other people on the street.
> And don't stay angry about it. It's done and over and there is nothing that can
> be done. As all the others have said, the loss of material items is nothing
> compared the the safety/well being of you and your friends.
> If it's any consolation, I know a priest who is from my hometown who is a
> missionary in your country. He's been mugged three times I believe and it
> doesn't deter him from doing what he does. I know your gut instinct is to wish
> you had a weapon and to attack back, but in the end, it's not worth putting
> yourself at risk let alone the others around you.
> _ _ - - = = Pr3tty F1y = = - - _ _