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Starnes children grieving

The Starnes Exploration party orphans grieving their parents

Grieving or mourning was the natural process of dealing with the loss or death of someone or something.

In 2268, much to the confusion of James T. Kirk, Spock, and Doctor Leonard McCoy, the orphan children of the Starnes Exploration Party displayed no signs of grief over the death of their parents, even to the point of continuing to play games in the presence of their corpses. Later, free from Gorgan's influence, they finally broke down and cried. (TOS: "And the Children Shall Lead")

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