Lately, worldly events have brought me to the following conclusion: the majority rules.
“Obviously Dreama, that’s not news“, you think. Aah, I urge you to think about that because…
…what the heck is “choice” if there is none? Lets take a scenario where you are born into poverty; you have no money, no inheritance, nothing – what chance in life do you have of an education, if the closest thing you have to school, is reading the back of a discarded cola can?
Bob Geldolf is one of the most famous names I tie to charity, but there are many, many others doing their bit…and yep, I find “chuggers” (charity muggers) as annoying as the next busy Londoner, but I appreciate their patience. Even if the big organisations behind these campaigns are making a percentage of the money, don’t said organisations need to pay their bills too?
The education secretary Michael Gove, wants to send a King James bible to all state schools in the UK, which I think is reasonable. I think we should know about religion from a young age and can’t actually remember there being bibles at my schools, but maybe that’s because my cherished childhood memories consist of the kinda things I mentioned in this list.
My point is, what about other religions in schools? – Indeed, our country is a Christian one, but shouldn’t we at least be aware of other religions’ holy books from a young age in school too? The above image is from information gathered in 2009, but you get the point. So, when it comes to religion, does the majority rule?
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