I don’t think I ever get tired of reading about compassion and caring.
But what about caring for the human beings that make up our world?
I remember when I was a kid growing up in the suburbs of Seattle, it was a time when there was a whole lot of anti-socialism.
People were just so much more interested in politics, and people were just a little bit more political.
But then as we moved to bigger cities, and more of our communities were growing and people started to move away, that started to change.
I think the problem we have now, when we start to see people becoming less religious, and less politically active, is that people are realizing that caring for each other is not about politics or social issues.
And that’s where we’re heading.
It’s a big shift.