Headline, December 11 2020/ HONOURS : ''' '' HEART* STUDENTS HEALER '' '''




IN PROUD PAKISTAN - SO LONG AGO : MISTY EYED, THE PRIME MINISTER O'' CAPTAIN IMRAN KHAN - prayed for mercy from the Covid-19 - for the entire Mankind.

The World Students Society - the exclusive and eternal ownership of every student in the world, avails itself of the honour to address the Students and the Leaders of the entire world.

''The crises should totally reveal what is in your hearts. This is the moment to dream big, to rethink your priorities - what we value, what we want, what we seek - and to commit to act in our daily life on what we have dreamed of.''

God asks us to dare to create something new. We cannot return to the false securities of the political and economic systems we had before the crisis. We need economies that give to all access to the fruits of creation, to the basic needs of life : to land, lodging and labor.

We need a politics that can integrate and dialogue with the poor, the excluded and the vulnerable., that give people a say in the decisions that affect their lives. We need to slow down, take stock and design better ways of living together on this earth.

The coronavirus is damn special because it affects most of the humankind. But it is very special only in how visible it is. There are a thousand other crises that are just as dire, but are just far enough from some of us that we can act as if they don't exist.

Think, for example, of the wars scattered across different parts of the world; of the production and trade in weapons; of the hundreds and thousands of refugees fleeing poverty, hunger and lack of opportunity; of climate change.

These tragedies may seem distant from us, as part of the daily news that, sadly, fails to move us to change our agendas and priorities. But like the Covid-19 crisis, they affect the whole of humanity.

LOOK at us now : We put on face masks to protect ourselves and others from a virus we can't see. But what about all those other unseen viruses we need to protect ourselves from? How will we deal with hidden pandemics of this world, the pandemics of hunger and violence and climate change?

THE THEME OF HELPING OTHERS WILL ALWAYS STAY WITH The World Students Society, the exclusive and eternal ownership of every student in the world.

In lockdown the Founder Framers have always gone in prayer to those who sought all means to save the lives of others. The world over, so many of the nurses, doctors and caregivers paid that price of love, together with priests, and religious and ordinary people whose vocations were service.

We return their love by grieving for them and by humbly honoring them wherever they may be.

WHETHER or not they were conscious of it, their choice testified to a belief that it is better to live a shorter life serving others than a longer one resisting that call. That's why, in many countries, people stood at their own windows or on their doorsteps to applaud them in gratitude and awe.

They are the saints next door, who have awakened something important in our hearts, making credible once more what we desire to instill by our preaching.

They are the antibodies to the virus of indifference. They remind us that our lives are a gift and we grow by giving of ourselves, not preserving ourselves but losing ourselves in service.

With some exceptions, governments have made great efforts to put the well being of their people first, acting decisively to protect health and and to save lives. The exceptions have been some governments that shrugged off the painful evidence of mounting deaths, with inevitable, grievous consequences.

But most governments acted responsibly, imposing strict measures to contain the outbreak.

YET some groups protested, refusing to keep their distance, marching against travel restrictions - as if measures that the governments must impose for the good of their people constitute some kind of political assault on autonomy or personal freedom!

Looking to the common good is much more than the sum of what is good for individuals. It means having a regard for all citizens and seeking to respond effectively to the needs of the least fortunate.

It is all too easy for some to take an idea - in this case for example, personal freedom - and turn it into an ideology, creating a prism through which they judge everything.

IF WE have to come out of this crisis less selfish than when we went in, we have to let ourselves be touched by others' pain. There's a line in Friedrich Holderlin's ''Hyperion'' that speaks to us, about a how the danger that threatens in a crisis is never total; there's always a way out.

"'Where the danger is, also grows the saving power.'' That's the genius in the human story: There's always a way to escape destruction. Where humankind has to act is precisely there, in the threat itself; that's where the doors open.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Pandemic, Crisis, and Lessons, continues. The World Students Society thanks most profoundly and humbly, Pope Francis.

With respectful dedication to Mankind, Leaders, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all Prepare and Register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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