A Letter to the Humanity
A Letter to the Humanity
By David Amsterdam / filmsforaction.org

 

A letter to the Humanity,

I was born in an era where Hope and Prosperity were forcing us to do just one more step forward. I grew up in an era, where our levels of social injustice were lesser than previously. We were lucky to see the atrocities of our bloody History far behind us but yet, Not forgotten! And we all promised not to repeat it. We still looked introspectively to our past with dreadful sadness, while the future gave us all the reasons to believe and keep Smiling on showing us we would be for the first time in millennia a Global family. On believing it, we all were forgetting our prejudices of our pasts and we saw nations coming together for a common cause and with the same values. An Era, where our differences were embraced and seen as a collective diversity that solely existed to teach us and to help us evolute Socially and Intellectually. We thought our collective knowledge and capacities were being used solely to launch us exponentially forward. 
We were convinced if we took care of each other, the world would be a better place. If we made all our best efforts to respect each other and committing our own selves for the common good, there would be nothing and nobody, behalf death self, capable to divide us or to break us down and much less to corrupt us.
We still heard the wise words of our grandparents. Who always remembered us that we had been extremely lucky to be living on a better world than theirs. And they were still here among us to guide us accordingly to the human values. Which had traveled through the time from generation to generation. 

Along the way, death took our grandparents away and we wept because we were left alone and without spiritual guidance. The Progress&Modern’s train took us further away the right track. And by breaking our promises we lost our Humanity and Prosperity!
Through our own eyes and hearts, we saw Religions as obsolete and dangerous just because they had hurtfully fault us. It had been sufficient for us to loose our faiths forever. We discharged our spirituality on blindly believing solely on the rational stimulation of our own empiric senses and mundane needs. 
Spirituality began to be seen as a dangerous belief and full of futilities. We lost our compassion to each other and then we lost our unity. Now, like animals in the wild, we fight, we compete and WE ALL FEAST from the Flesh, Blood & Soul of the Weak just to satiate our own egos and needs!
If our leaders don’t unite us, instead they incite us one against the other.
If our leaders don’t respect us, instead they deceitfully desperate us. 
If our leaders don’t help us, instead they corruptly and solely feed their own Egos.
If our leaders corrupts the sense of Good Will. Hence we forget the sense of honest friendship and we keep loosing our loved ones continuously. 
If our leaders take us away from the basic tools that sustain our Humanity and defends our Personal Sovereignties!
If our leaders fight against our Identity&Faith and we loose with it, our Individual Rights, Unicity, Integrities&Compassion! Who will remember us who WE really are, If nobody else seems willing to believe in or do it? Answer me! Who? Are the bankers? Are our leaders, Queens and Kings eager for more power and control? Is it the dirty Money full with spots of Blood, Sweat and Tears? Who else then? Who?

Love from a Spiritual&Human-Being!
 

 

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