As we get older, I find that some of my friends are starting to become cranky old men.
A friend who drives for Grab would tell tales of his life and talk about how horrible young people are today and why he feels like punching some of them to show them the error of their ways. I would always tell them that we’re too old to right all the wrongs in this world.
At the broad level, a lot of us find themselves complaining, whining and bitching about the injustices of the world. This is often about the events in the Middle East but it can be closer to home in Myanmar.
In this chapter, the author tells us that we’re not responsible for all the wrong in this world. He offers five points for our consideration.
First of all, there is nothing much we can do personally. The author …