Living every day as if it were your last. We all have heard this phrase, but what does it really mean? Twelve people went to work on Monday at the Navy Yard. I am sure some of them thought about hitting the snooze button and turning over, but they got up, got dressed and went to work. Some probably dropped their kids off at school, kissed their spouse or partner, stopped for coffee and donut and arrived ready to start the week. They were all ready to have an ordinary Monday. Not knowing that that day would be their last day. Not knowing that evil would enter their door and snatch their lives from them. Over the last few days we have heard a lot about the killer. He will go down in the annuls of evil, but we now know the names of the victims, and we are learning more and more about the lives they led and the people they loved. Here are their names: Michael Arnold, Kathy Gaarde, John Roger Johnson, Arthur Daniels, Richard Ridgell, Martin Bodrog, Vishnu Pandit, Kenneth Proctor, Mary Knight, Gerald Read, Sylvia Fraiser and Frank Kohler. Going to work should not be an act of courage. These people worked in what can be described as a secure environment, but sadly there are no safe places. We have seen movie theaters, churches, campaign meet and greets and even elementary schools turned into killing fields. What can be done to make our world safer? Is gun control the answer or does that impede our 2nd amendment rights? That conversation has been rekindled this week, but how can you control the acts of a mentally ill killer? Today we are again left with more questions than answers, but one thing we do know is 12 families are grieving and one thing we all can do is pray for their families.