Sorry for this rather long delayed write-up although I am not too sure that this post is going to redeem my negligence since I am utterly lost as to what is good to write about.
I suppose the last GE was emotionally draining for most of us. Everybody is so earnest in championing their own personal cause such that each whom like to convince the other to think likewise. I suppose such religious fervour is only elemental to us creatures who recreate, for without passion, life is tasteless. This rousing emotion that we have experienced at home, a bit of it now gone here, but can be seen spread around the world for different reasons but still among the blessed trinity - religion, race and politics - and I should add economics as I think about the fringe European countries.
So, we all reckon we can change the world by force, by crying for things we want and demand them to happened. Human beings used to appeal to the heavens, and I suppose many still do. Now, there is greater appeal to the politicians as if they are gods. Everybody is looking for a leader who they hope has the vision, the way and the willpower. We could be in a very dangerous frame of mind, when mob rules and moves in strange ways.
The only thing missing is a clarity of thought of what needs to be done, and how it can be done in a simple manner, without the great elaboration that is often thrust upon our society when some guy with no ideas pretends that he is Moses leading the people out to the promised land. I don't think we should all be sitting what for somebody else to do the things needed, so should somebody else things they can do good for us. While joining the crowds may not be the best way - although it may invigorating for the soul - I think it is the small little things we do every day to help ourselves and our neighbours that we can bring real change to our own backyards and our surrounding environments.
With such a chickening thought, I shall rest my case and write no more rubbish.