Probably the crisis does exist
February 2, 2009
It continues to be concerned about you, but enjoy life. And above all remember, that each day that passes is one day less of crisis. We said not long ago that there is no paradise without crisis. They say that Einstein said that "no crisis there are no challenges, without challenges life is a routine, a slow death." There is no merit without crisis. It is in the crisis emerges where the best of each, because without crisis any wind caress. Talk of crisis is to promote it, and be silent in the crisis is to exalt conformism. Instead let us work hard. "We end up at once with the only threatening crisis that is the tragedy of not wanting to strive to overcome it." Of course, they do not tell is that Albert Einstein lived from 1879 to 1955, and that therefore their objects of first necessity was not a mobile phone of last generation, nor a shiny off-road maximum power, comfort and great consumption to go Sunday to the pan, or much less a House decorated in the fashion magazines. Addition, certain that the crisis who met Einstein, who just suffered the first and second world war, were chichinabo.
To the common of the medium, to those who live in this comfortable strip of regular income and the satisfied consumer whims, the situation us afraid because we see how this life of wealthy us drain between your toes.
At least not we have to talk about the great question of whether or not there is the crisis. This controversy is over to make way for another. Who is the fault? To me that I registered! But we have to find a culprit. In addition to having learned to live like a rich we have assimilated the obligation to seek always a culprit. If it's hot, the fault lies with the climate change caused by the large multinationals that dominate the world and control the power; If it rains a lot, also, not to mention if it snows. If there is a cyclone that takes everything but the crisis, the culprit of the cyclone are the authorities, for not being able to, either stop the cyclone, or do well to carry the crisis. Therefore we need a culprit. But one real, omnipresent, all-knowing and all-powerful. Bankers may not be so, because despite all have managed to present a few benefits that demonstrate their ability to generate wealth, his own. God either, because probably there, but it is that although it cannot have the blame for this misfortune. The question is so complex, but possible responses can be summarized in two: or the blame is all or not has it or God.