13 April 2013

Seven Magic Words

Hindsight is always better than foresight for any obvious problematic reason one can think of. Nearly four hundred years ago, in 1619, myopic blindness with regard to foresight was the cause of economic and social problems that currently burden the US. Acting on seven little words would have prevented much of the societal grief now extant.

Seven magic words one will give new understanding of issues contemplated at length. 

Had these seven magic words been spoken four centuries ago we would have entirely different negative and violent influences in music, film, and language.

Had these seven magic words been spoken years ago there would be a smaller national deficit.

Had these seven magic been spoken years ago there would be far less turmoil in America.

Had these seven magic words been spoken years ago the great cities and small town of the US would be more prosperous now.

Had these seven magic words been spoken years ago we would have less overall cultural violence.

"We should have picked our own cotton."




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