What happens now after the people successfully deposed one president and elected another one? What happens after people put down their candles and return to daily life? Or rather, since the future is being written, maybe the question should be what should happen?
I’m 68 and anxious – and given what’s happening to the climate, we should all be alarmed. My contemporaries and I will likely only be around for another 20 or 30 years and therefore won’t see the worst of what climate change portends. But I find myself driven to reflect on the kind of world we’re leaving to our children and grandchildren.
“We want to live peacefully like right now. We don’t want the current North-South tension. North Korea shoots missiles. South Korea installs Thaad. We want them to figure this out through dialogue. All of the elders have lived through the Korean War, so we don’t want war. “