Who am I to give over heavenly messages?
How am I the one to know?
It says in pirkei avos (4:23): R' Shimon ben Elazar says...al tinachameihu b'sha'ah shemeiso mutal lifanav-do not comfort [your friend, a mourner] when the dead person is still sitting in front of him.
We are now at a time when the dead child has not yet had proper kevurah, he has not been buried. It is not a time for me to offer words of comfort, to try to explain, give answers and say it's for the best. It's a time to mourn! It's a time to cry! It's a time to pierce the heavens and tell Hashem: ENOUGH!! We cannot take this anymore!!
When we heard the news of the missing boy, little Leiby, we all ran to take out our tehillims, we davened and we cried.
What should we do now?
We should continue davening. We should continue crying. We should continue asking, begging, pleading and yearning for the geula.
Do we need another reminder that we are in galus?
Maybe in another few days, someone can try to offer some words of comfort. But at this point, I am too shaken up to say things like "there's a plan, we just don't understand" and the like. Although I know it's true, there is a time and place for everything. And now is not the time for answers.
Now's the time to cry and daven and beg Hashem for moshiach.
Feel the pain of this family, let it enter your hearts and don't stop davening. We need every tefillah we can to bring us back home.