A picture is worth a thousand words. Which is to say nothing. “One year ago today, the world was devastated by images of a small Syrian child who had drowned while attempting to reach safety in Greece.” The world felt empathy. They could relate to the crisis. But not much else has changed. From Paul Slovic and Nicole Smith Dahmen in Quartz: “It’s time to confront some uncomfortable psychological facts about ourselves and our flawed arithmetic of compassion.”