(June 23, 2014)
I couldn’t help but have my mind drawn to the similarities between the two sets of governments set up at war with each other, and the process of divorce. Like divorce, what was once one has now been divided into two. Like divorce, there is a waxing and a waning of hostilities that are involved within the parties. And like divorce, it seems like too often the people who suffer are not the rulers (the parties) who make the decisions but rather the subjects (the children) who have these decisions imposed upon them.