7/29/2018 0 Comments
My focus of the To Dreamers theme is two layers.
One layer is that we all should dream big of a better world we can strive to make a difference for, and even if failing that we get enthusiastic over the challenge and faith that persevering takes.
The second layer is the recent political issue at stake over people's methods of validating citizenship, in which some say that one can be granted citizenship without requirement so long as they choose that citizenship, its rights, its obligations--and others more traditionally want to continue our legal process of meeting requirements of demographics, relative restriction in limits to the total, and individual behavior in order to be validly granted citizen rights and responsibilities. In this I take only the stand that any reform must be put into law for it to be followed, and a plea for legal reform in the wake of the conditions resulting from the recent and persistent refugee or immigrant intake.
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Donald R. Anderson. Aspiring writer. Amateur philosopher and amateur writer of Apologetics (i.e., the Catholic reasonings). Faith-driven kindred spirit.