This says to me that the supposedly horrible aftermath of change is temporary. If my grandfather’s generation had not buckled and not forced these issues http://www.thebodyandsoulgallery.com/my-mums-social-worker-was-great-too/, we would not be forced to make these hard decisions ourselves today. The malignant systems in place only become more entrenched so it would have been easier for my granddad to rebel against it than for my father, easier for my father than for me, and so on. Soon, it seems, with modern weaponry and banking/power structures getting a lock on the world and oppression, we will not even be CAPABLE of rebelling against themSo what am I to do? Do I choose the easy road today and shrug my responsibility to my progeny like my dad did? Like Wimpy, “I will gladly demand respect of my liberty tomorrow for a chance to suckle a bit more today and not deal with it.” This to me is like sitting on your couch with your family and having a fire burning in the kitchen that won’t reach you before you and your wife die naturally, so you leave it to grow so your children, who WILL live to see it burn the room you are in, must put it out. Do we just say, sorry kid, you will have to deal with the hardship of change because I don’t have the cajones? Oh, yeah, by the way, little Joey, it will be way harder to do by the time you’re old enough, but who cares I just don’t feel like having the hassle in my lifetimeAt some point, somebody is going to have to experience the hardship of change; it is inevitable. The next generation and those that follow will adapt and will not even truly appreciate this, but someone has to DO it first, before a new way can be imagined and implemented. I cannot in good conscience put this off to my kids like my dad did and his father before him. We must make stand, and yes, deal with the mess that will result. It is the only way, in my opinion, to not hand it off to our children.
The 1977 Space Battleship Yamato film: The end credits begin with a card stating that Yamato returned to Earth in 2199 and Earth was restored to its original Beauty. It also states the number of crewmembers who died in action. The only background heard during the credits was Yamato’s signature engine sound. This was repeated for Yamato: The New Voyage, although despite the loss of Starsha and Mamoru that wasn’t a total downwer ending either as they gained baby Sasha, their daughter. But the spoken narration prior to the end credits stated that the Dark Nebula Empire may have been beaten this time, but the rest of them are still out there and planning their next move, though our heroes don’t quite know it yet (They will find out in Be Forever Yamato). Final Yamato also has end credits but if one listens carefully, early into the credits, the Yamato theme song can be heard. But the majority of the credits are silent except for the sounds of waves.
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