(Rough draft – 10/16/22)
Things have changed quite a bit over the past two decades.
Education is necessary. People need to learn how to navigate life. Not just navigating the basics of learning, which is necessary but sometimes not always needed every day of one’s adult life.
It is important to know how to read, how to write, how to count, and, overall, how to think logically and not depend on being spoon fed the truth.
It is also important to know how to socially interact in ways that will make our communities calmer, friendlier, and enjoyable.
We have been sitting on a powder keg for the past few decades. The emotions attached to the sensitive topics have only grown stronger. Many of these topics are not always relevant to society’s true needs at these (and probably all) moments when there is fear, anger, and, unfortunately, violent behavior at times.
At some point, we should all just step back and consider what needs to be done to help break away from this negative change. One way to do this is by practicing collaboration.
(To be continued…)