I don’t know you!

Når man beveger seg gjennom macro-verdenen, støter man til stadighet på små underverker som man aldri har lagt merke til før, og som man derfor heller ikke kjenner nevnet på? Så hvorfor er det slik? Må man ha en viss størrelse for å bli lagt merke til i vår verden?  Eller er det slik at vi er for dårlige til ‘å se’? For det gjelder såvisst ikke bare kryp på macro-nivå, men også barn, eldre og andre medmennesker i vår umiddelbare nærhet!
Og jeg tror dessverre at verden trenger mer enn en ‘Vær snill-dag’?!
Så (for å få budskapet ut) kanskje vi kunne starte med å dele dette innlegget?
Idag har jo nesten alle en moderne ‘smart-telefon’? Hvor mange er det mulig å nå i løpet av en ukes tid? Og vil det kanskje få betydning for en som virkelig trenger det?

Moving through the ‘macro world’ we will constantly come across snall marvels which we have never given much thought nor noticed at all, and which we don’t even know their names?  So why does it have to be like that? Do you have to be of a certain size or importance in order to be noticed in a world like ours? Or is it our ability ‘to see’ that has faded over the years? For this is certainly not something that applies only to tiny elements on micro level, but children,old people or other ‘fellow-men’,  all living around us on a daily basis!
Unfortunately I think our world needs a bit more than an annual ‘be nice day’?
But we could try to start sharing’ this message? Today most anyone own a modern ‘smart-telephone’? So how many people would it be possible to reach in a week? And would this message perhaps make a difference to someone that really needed a hand . . .

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2 Responses to I don’t know you!

  1. -Eugenia says:

    You send a very important and timely message, Svein. Love the lovely and welcoming flower.

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Eugenia, – but I’ve got a problem:
      I’m only a tiny voice in the very corner of our planet. Way up towards the arctic and probably one of those that won’t feel the pain when it comes. Who am well I to shout?
      Besides I won’t be here that long! But yes, it’s meant like a small warning; an alert call if you will. Displeased people, poor people, people that feel despair and can’t get by with what life’s got to offer will – over time – represent a risk factor that should not be taken lightly! It’s still time to defuse the situation, but I have a feeling it’ll have to get much worse before it may get better. It is time to wake up! Especially those with powers to make a change! People that will make a difference. I guess we have another couple of years – hopefully! (Not very optimistic, I’m afraid)

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