Las Vegas tragedy requires our understanding of the roots and causes. Without it, we are going to remain blind to the lurking dangers.
Moral judgment can be influenced by a magnet
We excuse ourselves easier than we forgive others. We often do not notice our own deficiencies and mistakes and are surprised that other people take offense and resent us or misunderstand us at least. We excuse ourselves by taking into account our intentions and judge others by the results of their (in)actions.
Fair competition is great. But it is based on the assumption that the starting conditions for the competitors were fair too. Well, how often this assumption is correct in the real life?
Why is he so enigmatic and still so appealing? Is it because of his monsters? Or because of his scary images of consequences for the sinful behavior? Or his bold assessment that our well-established order just does not make sense? We are all in his paintings even if we do not want to acknowledge it.
If we add to the mix the ability to share our thoughts directly (without using any words), then we can cooperate creatively (and without moral judgment) and become much more productive.