Sunday, January 04, 2009

Thinking Global

We have seen more than a decade of thinking global. A time when the singular person or community was set aside in an effort to bring the world together in one harmonious ball of humanity. Where a conscious attitude of my actions would make a positive influence on my neighbor on the other side of the globe. A time of sharing wealth with those of us who are in a lesser stance of financial life and being.
We have shared our work with the rest of society. As we step down in the world of business and manufacturing, our brethren in less advanced places have found the work we have allowed them.
We have chosen to protect wildlife and the rainforest's
We have fought for democracy while decrying our own atrocity of intervention.
We will not judge any other people or nation.
We have removed the bridle from all forms of media.
We will accept anything.
Has it worked?


Skip said...

Darrell you sure do come up with some very good questions. I'm going to say from my point of view that my answer is no. Here's a quote that may apply?

"If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts."
Albert Einstein

Isn't that what the Administration coming in will do?

Gimped Redneck said...

What a quote! It seems to be the special of the day doesn't it?