The economists are saying that a market of wealth inequality where corporations get rich and richer and do not share the wealth with the public is unsustainable.
The scientists are saying that our reliance on fossil fuels will result in a multi-metre sea level rise which will wreak enough social and economic havoc to make the planet ungovernable.
Doctors are saying they can’t treat the patients with clinical expertise because they are being micromanaged by bureaucracy.
I am saying that falling through the cracks and being beneath the middle class is getting the better of me.
The young are saying there are few opportunities for employment and are burdened with debt and don’t understand why people aren’t sharing their wealth.
The old are saying they have no feeling of security about the end of their life and who and how will they be cared for when there is a decline in their health.
The rich are too busy shopping at Saks or upgrading to take the time to practice philanthropy.
The poor are changing service providers between runs to Dollarama because their account is in collections and the world is just about I and not about we.