i realize it's been quite a while since i've done any serious posting. other things have been on the agenda. like, i'm supposed to be in Honduras right now working with some of the schools. needless to say, we've had to reschedule because of the political unrest down there. we're now going at the end of the month. [fingers crossed]
that's part of what actually prompted this question about Obama.
i've been watching the upheaval in Honduras very closely, monitoring the newspapers and radio down there daily.
next, we've seen the ongoing drama in Iran. today, the battling has begun again on the streets. violence has erupted again.
then, the Chinese are cracking down on the Uighars and are fighting daily.
and, in Malaysia the people are up in arms because the government wants to put a ban on teaching math and science in English. they believe that will put them behind the rest of the world.
there are a few underlying signs in Venezuela with the mayor of Caracas on a hunger strike against Chavez and he has threatened to close down over 240 radio stations because of their content.
i can't even get into things going on in the U.S., but there does seem to be an underlying tension and a lot of it is not just the economic situation. that is just appearing to be a symptom.
the country appears to be undergoing a crisis in its anima. many people are questioning what has happened, how we got here and what comes next. some of us are even asking, "is it worth it?"
other areas of unrest in the world keep popping up too.
from what i've been observing, there is one thing that they all have in common. the unrest is coming from the people of each country.
is there something in the recent election of Obama that is in some way working on the conscience of the world?
it's something to think about.
and i'm just asking...