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Too often, people have become frustrated with the institutions and bureaucracies of society, only to discover no effectuate options. Most frequently, protests have obtain enfeebled results. When remonstrative actions can garner attention, a secured compromise through political channels will vaguely resembles a workable solution. Corrective measures have run-aground as positions counter the status quo. Few status quo operatives have any identification with the vocal, but powerless. Such an action would invite indefensible repercussions. Again, few of the system entrenched will choose to voluntarily place themselves in a minority situation. The obvious option has been exercised - keep silent. In the face of fear, silence will not emerge golden. Confronting seemingly overwhelming powers, silence can provide a momentary false sense of security. It may give a logical hope of non-intrusion by a bureaucratic agency. The larger the bureaucracy that will administer services in a problem area, the more imposing the likely threat of retaliation will become evident. Retaliatory powers will be virtually unchecked within the constraints of policy and procedural guidelines. As a result, any oppositional dialogue or confrontational discussion shall stay at home or among a limited group of intimate friends. Many times misinformation or the fear of inadequacy can limit the outward promotion of agitation. A courageous individual can take the reign as a leader of the inconsequential element (the imperfect people and the impoverished people) against the sovereignty of state or other powerful entities. The one, who will take such an initiative, could easily be crushed by the existing powers. Fear can paralyze. Fear may also torment. Paranoia can castrate. Paranoia may also stagnate. Faith shall act as the one element potent enough to propel the imperfect people and the impoverished people in the pursuit of nationhood status. Only the firmly anchored soul can survive and withstand the billows of opposition, the breakers of contradiction, and the surge that may dash hopes, when taking a position antithetical to the prevalent normally. In spite of the potential adverse consequences, a justice position will require the leadership of the imperfect people and the impoverished people to take an antipodal stand to long-term institutions. Faith shall produce the strength to pursue the non-traditional model of change. Nation Building will always be a revolutionary undertaking. Revolution shall always constitute the operative of a major change. Revolution should not have to be synonymous with violence. However, it will be tantamount with rapid and sweeping changes in laws and methods of government. In that sense, the INIC shall excel soar far above from the center of public opinion.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781523856572
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publisher Imprint: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Height: 280 mm
  • No of Pages: 32
  • Series Title: English
  • Sub Title: Theology: A Contemporary Revelation Of The Abraham - Sarah Covenants
  • Width: 216 mm
  • ISBN-10: 1523856572
  • Publisher Date: 03 Feb 2016
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • Returnable: N
  • Spine Width: 2 mm
  • Weight: 100 gr

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