Dear followers: Thanks for reading my previous Posts. I’ve brought you the facts on the macro level and now pose a hypothetical question to you: If you had 2 children, who you dearly loved, but appeared to favor one over the other, how would you correct the inequality?
Without meaning to favor one over the other, it happened, one was consistently given more. The child who was given everything, will continue demanding. This child’s needs will never be satisfied.
The other child is loveable, too, but not as demanding as the cash seeking sibling. It’s easier to say “NO” to this child . However, over time, the situation changed drastically for the child who got less. This child now wants and needs money to live, impoverishment is not a solution.
The question: How do you make restitution to the the child who got less? Not solving the problem is not acceptable. You want both children to talk to each other and to feel loved and cherished by you, the parent.
I propose this analogy to help focus our attention on Society’s problem; one sector of Society has gotten less, much less. If we can solve “our family” problem, we can solve our problem on the macro level too. One step at a time!
As always, your comments are welcome and appreciated. Thanks for following me. All the best. Joyce