Who are we kidding here? Money and popularity give us a voice. Money and popularity allow our bad decisions and opinions to be endorsed. Money and popularity get us loyal enablers and groupies who forgo their dignity to make us happy. Money and popularity give us the means to hide behind intercultural ideas while shunning the R&D and ingenuity of our own. What money doesn’t seem to often get us is unity, and the mainstream media has a funny way of taking advantage of that. Disunity doesn’t build admirable communities, cities, or nations. It’s okay to “love thy neighbor,” but it’s not okay to abandon our collaborative right to prosper. Our big picture is not someone else’s small one. Again, who are we kidding here?
On building. FOCUS—
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