Politics today: what can we do?

From listening to discussions about politics, it's easy to conclude that there are angry citizens in many parts of the world. They are concerned about their governments and those who administer them.

Some individuals, for example, believe government in general is corrupt and that legislators are motivated only by greed and self-interest. Others think politicians are incompetent. There are also some who believe there are worldwide conspiracies to overthrow established governments and erode hard-won freedoms. Perceptions of this sort have engendered much fear, hatred, anger, and rebellion, but they have produced no positive solutions. To find a workable way to renew and uplift government, we need to look for spiritual answers.

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