Where we are as a society right now...
...and what we have to do to fix it.
Dated April 20th, 2018
H. Andrew Eugene
Americans, historically, inherit-ably, are wonderful people. If you’re over 30 or 40 years old, you’ve witnessed we Americans in far more acts of wonderful, than acts of ugly. We are wonderful people. Around the world, as a whole, Americans are known to be wonderful, generous, caring people. At least that’s the way it used to be. Now, because of those who control and manipulate us and because of the ugly behavior of our leadership, we are selfish and lost, divided and angry, and yes, ...sometimes, even cruel.
Every day, across this country there are countless acts of kindness, generosity, compromise, and tolerance. All of these acts lead to moments of wonderful. These moments bring a genuine sense of gratitude and happiness to all whom were involved and to those who witnessed and were moved by these acts. This happy, engaging feeling comes from being reassured that we, Humanity, can be wonderful to each other. In this case, the Humanity responsible is American, and it feels good to know how wonderful we are. Americans.
There is a different path for Americans with our politics and governance. It's easy to recognize as most Americans do, the current two party system failed us profoundly, and the organized apparatus that guides the messages and influence and shape our decisions has reached a breaking point. A point to which we, the average hard working American middle-class citizens are fighting among ourselves, divided, while the wealthy manipulators continue to rob us of our financial stability and the easier, more benevolent life we all could and should be living.
In the coming months leading up to the crucial 2020 election, we will bring you stories of Wonderful Americans and their acts of kindness, generosity, compromise, and heroics in order to remind you all of who we truly are and why it is so important for all of us to keep this close to our hearts. We will feel better and this will help us escape from our ideology and focus on our combined social reality. And with this remembrance of who we are as a people, will enable us to see through the looming darkness and find the light our founding fathers hoped we would.
Stay Tuned In.