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The world, both online and off, is reacting to the recent terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium. The attacks took place at the Zaventem Airport and at the train station Tuesday morning, killing at least 34 and injuring over 200.

While we, the masses, try to make sense of the madness, some celebrities are using their social platforms to spread truly moving messages of hope, condolences and wisdom.

From George Takei to Khloe Kardashian, here are some of the most powerful celebrity statements being made about the attacks on social media.

Khloe Kardashian quoted the Dali Lama in her #prayforbrussels Instagram post.

Jesse Tyler pointed toward the need for unification, now more than ever.

Zoe Saldana sent out a concise but meaningful message of solidarity to her followers.

#pray 4 #peace #brussels you are not alone!

A photo posted by Zoe Saldana (@zoesaldana) on

Celebrity graffiti artist Shepard Fairey shared an artistic image of peace.

While Josh Gad was moved to anger and frustration.

Lauren Cohan asked us to think with our hearts.

Nathaniel Buzolic decried the tragedy.

Mandy Rain asked that we lay down our arms.

Singer/songwriter Michelle Branch’s message was one of exhaustion.

Enough. #prayforbrussels #prayforpeace

A photo posted by Michelle Branch (@michellebranch) on

Adriana Lima made a simple plea for world peace.

THIS NEED TO STOP! #WORLDPEACE #BRUSSELS 😢😢😢😢

A photo posted by Adriana Lima (@adrianalima) on

Ron Perlman shared thoughts of peace.

John Stamos asked for love sweet love.

Maria Shriver reminded us of the importance of hugs on days like today.

Torrie Wilson stated her views on the battle of good vs evil.

Eva Longoria posted about the far reaching effects of these types of acts.

Adam Lambert offered his condolences to the families and friends of the victims.

Jussie Smollet used this attrocity to shed light on other recent attacks.

Miley Cyrus called for more love and less evil.

Ariel Winter echoed her sentiments with a similar Tweet encouraging extra kindness today.

And George Takai, in his infinite wisdom, offered these words over Twitter.