Mine were typical of tweets:
"Sympathy and thoughts towards the people of Paris. No good will come of these dreadful events."
Perhaps the best words I saw today came from Billy Bragg, song-writer and political activist. He posted to Facebook:
"The events in Paris last night are made all the more shocking by the fact that these murderers deliberately targeted people who were socialising on a Friday night. The language of the communique issued by ISIS, seeking to portray those at the Bataclan concert as "idolaters" attending "a party of perversity" gives us a chilling insight into the mind of these killers. This was an abhorrent attack on anyone who goes to a bar, or to a restaurant, to a gig or to a game. The fundamentalists would kill us all for enjoying ourselves. ISIS is a death cult and we who believe in life must go on enjoying ourselves in defiance of their provocations."
"This cartoon was posted last night by Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Joann Sfar in response to the attacks."
The full series of cartoons can be seen here in an <article in the Independent>