By Norma Brown
September 12, 2005
Hierar: Yes it does Mr Davis, as is so clearly demonstrated in your post. Commenting on the cognitive deficiencies of humanity at a time of catastrophic dammage, upheaval and loss fails to reflect the nobility of spirit which humanity can arise to, in such moments. Fortunately millions of Americans are displaying that this can be our finest moment. Join us.
Mr Weston goes on to state" We need to teach the next generation how to step up and take responsibility for their lives, and not to create a new population of "Professional victims."
Hierar: Yes we do Mr Weston.
However your commentary is inappropriate given the horrific situation
of loss, death and displacement. You offer a opinion from the
security of one sitting securely in a home, warm and fed. It
is the narcissistic detachment and callousness which comes from
one who is not suffering. Americans such as yourself, who have
the need to criticise and engage in a diatribe of moral righteousness,
at the victims, who have lost every thing they own need to examine
their souls'. Even better would be for those such as your selves,
to pack some bags and go down to the ravaged areas and volunteer.
Let us see if you can manefest in your deeds the supremacy that
you exhibit in your speech. Why not provide the living example,
on site, of "how to teach the next generation how to take
reponsibility..." I promise you I will pay for your plane
ticket, round trip. Perhaps Sitnews can accompany you for a magnificent
life encounter. It would make for good print. I challe!
Yours truly, in the city of 9-11
and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Sitnews.