You left me<
I shall be
when you return.
I shall remain
my face to the
will raise my voice"
We are too distracted, excessively absorbed with urgent
matters that are secondary, preoccupied with news that with
progressive frequency provides an incomplete and exaggerated,
if not biased perspective of reality. The net result is that we
become “receivers,” passive spectators resigned to waiting to
see what happens, what the others are doing. In view of the
present conceptual confusion in a world suffering from the
consequences of having replaced universal values with the laws
of the marketplace and in which inequalities in all areas
continue to increase, it is urgent to peacefully promote a
popular outcry which, being so widespread and strong, will be
able to correct the present tendencies that darken the horizons
for the future generations, to whom we owe our supreme
Crime of Silence"