Friday, November 07, 2008

Change can happen

I guess this week and more talking about 4th November 2008 is and will be one of the most remarkable times not only in the history of US, but for the whole world itself. We haven’t seen for a long time such a sense of unity among people like this since 9/11 all around the globe, talking and believing about hope and change. We can see that people in US, being the most leading country in the world economy, were awaiting and needed a change in the politics of their country to be transformed to a totally new angle. This transformations they have recognized in one person, the elected President – Barack Obama, the very 1st in the history of US black president and that tells smth as well.

In Obama’s victory speech you could even personally feel how powerful that person is, who can actually not only tell the right things, but empower the whole audience, where everybody can find the connections between his/her own ideas and things they are awaited for a long period of time in their country – he lights up the whole audience!… He speaks by the stories of simple people and being this way very authentic and intelligent… He isn’t afraid of bringing a new era and that’s what the truly leader of the country is.

That was an amazing leadership talk – Barack Obama’s Victory speech in Chicago *by some reasons the video cant be seen here from the blog

Here you may read the comments to Obama’s speech by Bert Decker and here is an article of Nisha Chittal on "The End of Youth Apathy" on what was happening among her college campus students.

We haven’t seen for a long time, how the whole world has been so emotional, supportive and excited in the end. Seems, that was the world’s elections…

"For that is the true genius of America - that America can change. Our union can be perfected. And what we have already achieved gives us hope for what we can and must achieve tommorow."

~ Barack Obama, President-elect of the United States of America