Perspective, Persistence, Power – Part 4

I could not help but to write an extra piece on power (Dumanis: Dynamite). I watched a film, “First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers,” I was touched, and it looked like I was slicing onions in the kitchen; if you know what I mean. Documentaries like this and many others highlight the dangers of power getting into the wrong hands. One might argue, these sort of atrocities do not happen in the 21st Century, well, let me remind you of what is going on in Syria; a civil war brought on by one man or family wanting to hold on to power; even to the point of engaging in slaughtering its own people for the past 7 years, almost eliminating a generation. Continue reading “Perspective, Persistence, Power – Part 4”