Today I'm going to answer to the first comment of the blog. Thank you for writing. Well, the comment was speaking about a topic that now stands out much in some countries: the social movements for different reasons.
I'm not going to get into political topics, cause I know well that every person has his opinion and I'm not going to discuss it, in addition I don't believe that I have the sufficient knowledge to give a critical opinion; neither I won't please nor will criticize to any specific movement; what I am going to say is a small summary of what, in my innocent and inexpert opinion, must be a movement to be able to have successful and to represent a great group of people.
I will start saying that I believe that the movements are a good way for expressing the opinions of the society, always when they follow certain conditions. Since I've read in this blog http://tidealistic.blogspot.com/2011/06/el-capitalismo.html that someone have send me, I share that the movements mustn't be stimulate in the violence: many movements who haven't been listened use it as way to come to the persons, but often this also implies losing the bases on which the movement rests and it indicates the end of a group.
Another aspect is the duration. There are social movements that last decades and probably never find the end because his reasons will never be shared by all, for good or bad luck, since example is the movement in favour of the rights of the Afro-Americans, whose principal figure was Martin Luther King, or for the rights of the children. Many groups had firm and decent bases in their beginnings and then they transformed in simple groups of protest against anything, and it isn't necessary to exaggerate.
I suppose that a social movement must be faithful to their principles and defend them in a pacific way and without imposing them to anybody, cause not we all think equally. Still there are many causes for that we should complain, though many will never disappear, but any great movement begins in a small act.
Finally as I read in this comment, there are many people who with many studies and a great curriculum doesn't obtain work. This is an aspect that though I hate to admit, is like it is, because many countries are in general crisis and the money is scarcing. I believe that in this occasion it's more useful to look for a solution (if someone is capable of finding it) to simply complaining, that it is too easy.
Maybe you don't share my opinion, but I hope didn't make you waste your time.
The Secret Teenager