Tuesday, September 25, 2007

dialogue in the streets

The President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, came to my neighborhood this afternoon. He was invited to give a speech at Columbia University.

Broadway was filled with people, different opinions and most importantly, open honest dialogue that evoked passionate debate right in the streets of New York City. Forget about institutions of higher learning, everyone has an equal opinion on a beautiful New York City autumn day. The streets break down diplomas and background, a public space brings the realness and honesty to debates- thoughts and passions. It was beautiful to see people exchanging ideas and beliefs. In these trifling times of confusion and misunderstanding, the visit by this president brought many issues to the table and in the streets. If was inspiring to see people exchanging ideas in a true public forum.

love and health to all...


Blogger uncle bobby said...

you have a beautiful soul and a pure heart in your writing. you will go far.

2:35 AM  
Anonymous Josh Krinsky said...

Nice words and shots Lenzos. It would have been nice to see what was happening INSIDE the campus.

7:12 AM  

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