Year 2013. “When I was born in 1942, World War II was still going. And I began to realize when I became a young adult that if we don’t teach our kids a better way of relating to their fellow human beings, the very future of humanity on the planet is in jeopardy.” Graham Nash
Unfortunately it seems so the way it goes… it seems we don’t really learn with history. Put it in more modern words, we actually don’t learn with history, dot. I personally think that the United Nations became a cathedral of speakers where orators try to show their language proficiency and try to get a quote of their speech carved in the wall. The arms contraband has never been so widely spread and the guns used for destruction have manufacturing names which countries are sitting in the United Nations and mostly in their Security Council. Despit that we are yet to see the UN call for an internacional conference on this matter and take those countries accountable for what is going one. The arms leave their factories so they should know where do they go…. the UN is becoming for me an acronym of hypocrisy in its biggest attitude.
Heavily damaged in World War II, the once-magnificent Cathedral of Berlin languished for almost a half-century, its organ silent, until reconstruction was finally completed and reopened. That was in 1993. But the biggest loss was of human life and its sequels which we tend to forget much easier.