KEYS **** When Tragedies occur - - - it is common for people to seek to identify some person or persons to blame, to-be- guilty, to-shame, to-punish - - - as if any of those actions would do anybody any real good. Our dilemma is that Tragedies are the playing out to a terrible conclusion of some major conflict between some peoples' most honored and greatest: Ideals, Values, Traditions, Rituals, Virtues, Goals, Hopes, etc. It is not common that any one person or few persons alone were the "cause" of a Tragedy. There may be some person or persons that becomes the focus of an Alienative-Conflict which pervades a community; but such a focal person is usually the embodiment of pervasive communal: Ideals, Values, Traditions, Rituals, Virtues, Goals, Hopes, etc. - - - which are not truly: coherent, authentic, well-integrated, OR the focus of Open-and-Honest-Dialogues among diverse people with diverse points-of-view and perspectives. Who then can helpfully be blamed, shamed, dammed or punished? When Tragedies occur; communities need to engage in Open-and-Honest-Dialogues to identify the Alienative-Conflicts which led to the Disintegrative-Outcomes; Mourn their Lack-of: Coherence, Authenticity, Integrity - - - and turn to Collaborative-Cooperative-Coherent efforts to Mitigate-their-still-present Alienative-Conflicts.