posted on Mar, 27 2010 @ 12:22 AM
That advertisement was not about ‘Aliens’, unless you consider yourself an alien on this planet. It is about you, the potential in you, and what
you can do to help mankind.
In humanity’s past, communications was a hurdle, and we became slaves to tyrannical beasts whom controlled and manipulated the flow of
But not anymore, with the rise of the internet. Today, I can talk to a Jew thousands of miles away and get a reply at light speed, and a Palestinian
can get into the conversation and present his points of views.
We are flawed beings, and will make mistakes, but the longing for peace is far more stronger than the desire to hate and to kill another fellow
Through a civil and rational discussion, an exploration of minds, we will understand each other better and with compromises come out with solutions to
end hatred and wars that had plagued mankind for centuries.
Our abilities do not just stop here, but goes into the real world as we share what we know to our families, relatives and friends. With further
discussions, we will enable change to take place, regardless if it is a democracy or a tyranny, for no human given free will seek to be enslave.
Individually you and I have no power, but collectively, with a rightful purpose, we are a power and a strong legion that despots and manipulators
As we share experiences and discuss, we will too be able to creatively find solutions to economic and scientific issues.
Such changes will not be overnight, but as students and professionals start challenging long held assumptions, the façade of stubborn and prideful
science will crumble and that’s where new discoveries will be made, at light speed transfers of information that will lead to our rightful evolution
and a higher existence of life.
Such is the human potential gifted with life. It begins with you and what you can do to help mankind, empowered by the internet, but more critically,
empowered by the good that lives in all humanity….. We are one people, white, black, brown, yellow, with similar hopes and aspirations....
Kudos to the BBC. They finally got it right