As we all know, our county and our world and the people, need and want to be heard.
However, it needs to be conducted in a firm but civil way. In my first “view,” I described how knowledge could be either used for “progress and prosperity” or, if put into the wrong hands, can cause destruction.
What we’ve been seeing on the news locally, and far from us, are prime examples. When we stand together in unity, in numbers, but peacefully, our voices will be heard and our want for change can a...
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