Michael E. East
Monday, 29 August 2016
There is nothing left of the idealism of the 1960s.
Our generation has been rejected, condemned, and reconstructed.
All that is left is holidays, tickets, food, sports, must see T.V., and a bucket list.
We have been distracted and exploited.
Our rock legends have betrayed us.
And our politicians have abandoned us.
What is needed is a return to the idealism with which we set out.
We can still change the world if we put aside our pleasures and return to the philosophy of peace and love.
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