Start with what is right rather than what is acceptable.
Our country seems to be at the precipice of so many moral dilemmas.
The massive amount of misinformation and underhanded behavior from the government at a moment of what has always been a peaceful transfer of power in our country, makes us look like a banana republic to the world at large.
As this virus continues to claim lives all around us and Congress prepares to dismantle healthcare for tens of millions of people, we are finding ourselves caught between a demagogue and his rhetoric and any fraction of society that is sentient.
With so much at stake, this thought from Kafka could not be any more prescient than it is right now.
Listening to masses of people chanting in unison at a political rally sounds so very much like the third Reich as to be incredibly unsettling for the rest of us to cope with.
Americans have always seemed to have a willingness to steer towards choices that were morally sound, and it is my profound hope that a majority of Americans will search their hearts and realize that this is the election that changes everything for better or worse.
It feels incumbent upon all of us to do whatever we may to watch out for the people we care about and do our best to keep them from harm’s way.
13 days and counting.🇺🇸
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