How Soon People Forget?
In the 24/7 news cycle environment, we are bombarded with stuff that tug at our emotions. We don't even have time to process them. It is good to stop and reflect on somethings from our past and look at longer term impacts. In this article, I will try and remind people some recent events.
- March 2020
It was not too long ago that President Obama declared that climate change was the number one existential threat to our nation and our planet.
Al Gore claim that Miami will be under 20 feet of water and snow will be a thing of the past...due to global warming. Declaring the science is settled.
85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has told a foreign TV audience that the Constitution of the United States is “outdated” and inferior to the South African Constitution.
Political commentator George Will declared the 2nd Amendment is obsolete and should be repealed.
President Ronald Reagan said big government is not the solution to our problem, it is the problem.
After 9/11, people gathered in churches seeking solace, we were united for a brief moment...
I could write about many more but you get my drift. People in general have a short memory. Not that they forget totally, just they moved on to other distractions. We lose sight of the important things in life...family, friendship, health, and faith and God.
It is defining moments like this, coronavirus outbreak, that make us pause and value what we have. The silver lining is a reminder to all of us - what is important. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness...
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2020 Jack Lee