Dear Friends, dear health officials, dear elected members of Parliament.
We are at a cross road as it relates how we can proceed from here.
My decision to stop eating is no doubt a very controversial act of defiance. This is defiance in order to force a dialogue about issues relating to basic human rights.
We are at a cross road because the apparatus of governance has disconnected itself from the responsibility of compassion as it relates to leadership and care.
We are at a crossroad where the waking of humanity is becoming a new meaning a new force.
Let me assure you all that I am profoundly moved by the concerns and care and love from across world as it relates to our current struggle.
New energy is rising as a result. The illusion of the unlimited power of bureaucracy and Government is becoming clearer by the day.
Ruling and guiding without morality and compassion will come to an end.
I do not think that I can benefit of all this change coming towards us but I certainly can envision a better world for our children.
I continuously reflect on our responsibility what role we have to play in this context and what we are asked to do in this world.
The difficulty for many is, to recognize the power within, the light within and the courage within to challenge what is wrong and destructive.
We are the change. The courage to brake the boundaries of comfort and illusional security will no doubt open the path towards greater understanding of our roles we have to play.
When Government doesn’t listen we are the only ones to blame because we need to voice loudly our concern.
When Government does not act in accordance to basic principle of respect it is us to blame who do not rise up to encourage them to act in this manner.
When Government does enact unjust laws and intentionally destroys those challenging those laws, it is us who have the moral obligation to object, object without fear, object with courage.
When Government lies. It is up to us to teach ,teach, teach.
It is up to us to stand up for truth, justice and freedom.
It is up to us to defend the right to be a caring and loving human being.
The toll might be high the price will be right.