Could Something Good Come Out of So Much Bad News?
Special to The National Herald
By John E. Charalambakis* Analysis
Several times in our lives we treat symptoms rather than the causes of the problems. Proper treatment and/or surgery – if needed - cannot be applied unless proper diagnosis can be made. Over the course of the last two years many essays and speeches have been given as to the causes of the Greek crisis. Through this page we may revert – from time to time - back to some of the most significant causes that have brought Greece to a standstill. However, in the beginning of this series, and in the spirit of the days, we choose to be thinking in resurrection terms, and discuss the prospects of a new day that could dawn and uplift the prospects of millions, a new day that will honor the history and tradition of transformation from the ashes, a history that is not afraid by the size of Goliath but rather questions how could the target be missed.
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