Perspective

United States
November 13, 2016 3:45pm CST
In recent days I have heard of people going all hysterical over the election and not seeing things in the larger view of things. Here is a bit of perspective: While people are concerned about what this new President will mean for them there are people who: 1. Don't know where they will sleep tonight. 2. Children who have been going hungry. 3. Are concerned about if they will live to see tomorrow because they are in a war zone. 4. Mourn the loss of loved ones. 5. Are dying of a terminal disease. Now I know, these are people who are not in the situation of worrying about if they will live through the next 4 years of a new leader, but isn't it more important to deal with the problems that are immediate? Further perspective can be understood in the video below. What do you think?
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@MALUSE (21089)
• Germany
13 Nov
I think you're spot on. I often have such thoughts, for example, when people claim that they could never live without electronic gadgets. Everybody can live without electronic gadgets as each war refugee can tell them.
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• United States
13 Nov
@MALUSE Thank You for the kind words. I have worked with many refugees through the years.
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@jstory07 (46086)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Nov
I just hope everything will work out for our country. I will go look at the video now.
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• United States
13 Nov
@jstory07 It will. It always has regardless of the feelings of doom over the elections.
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• Eugene, Oregon
15 Nov
I think that there will be many more people joining these unfortunate souls with Trump and his racist bunch in the White House.