I decided to join the vigil in Trafalgar Square this evening, to commemorate three deaths at the hands of a violent extremist.
Around a thousand were in attendance at the short vigil in the square.
Amber Rudd and Sadiq Khan were among those of a selection of elected representatives, police officers and those of different faiths and ethnicities at the event.
The mood was sombre and quiet as the speakers painted a picture of London as brave and united in the face of terror.
I hope this peaceful unity against horrific events represents more than just those standing in the square, but many, many hard working and quietly heroic Londoners who have in total been a reason for joy in my life.
I hope coming days bring more joy to those people than they do pain, as truly many of the kind acts and courtesies I see replayed every day deserve to be rewarded.