Thursday, August 18, 2011

Every Hope Diminished

As millions of us, especially seniors and disabled, are exhausted by the competition for housing and medicine, the added stress of social insecurity and economic instability poses severe obstacles to normal functioning. Under such conditions, our inability to harmonize our visions, efforts and plans becomes systemic.

With such societal breakdown, every attempt at communication is painful, every hope diminished. Indeed, it's a wonder there aren't riots in the street every day.


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