"Political campaigns are about division."
A mucky-muck politico who runs big-time campaigns told me this once.
This person is still at it, running another major campaign this fall.
The central purpose of political campaigns is to divide us.
Which means dividing us is the central purpose of the people we elect to be leaders. They're the ones who intentionally approve all those campaign commercials, afterall.
That's a funny way for people who call themselves leaders to behave; people who want us to believe they're capable of solving big problems.
Here's what I wonder,
How's the purpose of our leaders working for us today, tomorrow?
How will We The People respond when we notice leaders among us whose purpose turns out not to be leaders but dividers?