Saturday, July 30, 2016. If I had more mental energy right now I would construct a very nice introduction to the essay a friend sent me today at this link below. As things are, I am just very VERY glad I read this! I am not left with many questions about what is going on with the upcoming election in America. In fact, after reading this I have so many answers to questions I didn’t know enough about politics to even ask:
“In an age of increasing global interdependence, Dr. Michael Karlberg asks whether the Western model of democracy is the natural and inevitable way to organize free and enlightened societies.”
I have spent much of these past three years caring for my young grandson who just turned 4 last week. As I read this essay I realized it left me realizing that to improve the world, and our nation, we can really think about things in ways basic to the care of our youngest.
When little people are troubled in any way, and have no language to tell us what they need, we just pay very very close attention to all the signals they give us – and then we provide for them what they need.
This article did exactly that for me. It gave me what I needed and addressed my concerns so that I don’t feel troubled anymore.
I am impressed! I have nothing profound to say here. Karlberg does. Nothing about our political system is BROKEN – it’s just not finished yet.
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