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Saturday, January 10, 2009

What Americans Fear

In her weekly column on the opinion page of today's Wall Street Journal, Peggy Noonan wrote,
Lately I think the biggest thing Americans fear, deep down—the thing they'd say if you could put the whole nation on the couch and say, "Just free associate, tell me what you fear"—is, "I am afraid we will run out of food. And none of us have gardens, and we haven't taught our children how to grow things. Everything is bought in a store. What if the store closes? What if the choke points through which the great trucks travel from farmland to city get cut off? I have two months of canned goods. I'm afraid."
Come, listen to a prophet's voice.

1 comment:

  1. I think everyone in church should read this.