In Haiti's Cry For Change, Where Does It Really Begins?
By Wilgeens Rosenberg.
Change is to add to, to make different in some way the current aspects of a certain situation or tradition by severely cramping or campaigning for any encouragement to turn around the outcome or aim for a certain satisfying result of a given present circumstance.
So in retrospect, change is random and naturally lacking any direct determinism or teleology. Change can either be instant, gradual or both given its process of modification and drastic complexity. However, change requires participation and adaptation of organization and proper planing given the mindsets, beliefs and most of all dramatic action. Change means doing something different; something totally different.
Change has two impulses, one of which comes from the external environment. They are things that happen over which we have no control. The other impulses are those changes chosen internally, aimed at keeping the organization or self in tune with the present and sensitive to possible future events. Thus in Haiti's case most people should ask. Change, where does it really begins? Or do you all keep raising expectations for change that are external before the internal and do you all know the differences between any of the two to know which one is require of yourselves? All in all, change begings for Haiti when as Haitians and individuals they set values to want to make a difference and willing to morally fight for it by supporting or backing those values which lies primarily on the Haitian people in Haiti, their Government in conjunction with the Interantional Haitian Diasporas. THE ROLES OF THE DIASPORAS, THE PROMOTION FOR TRANSPARENCY, INCREASE OF ROLE MODELS AND THE INFLUENTIAL IMPACT OF THE RESOURCEFUL MEDIUM OF THE HAITIAN MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY ARE KEY TO SUCH CHANGE.
The performance of the Haitian Government and other major federal institutions depend upon the way as individual Haitians handle the two sets of of incentives toward the greater common goal, and by forward movements of self ingenuity and innovation through patience and disciplines for a greater outcome or end result beyond themselves and their time which is why history alone is one of the tool and guide often used to document, convey and direct change.
To ask or invoke change for Haiti, the Haitian people must know originally the purpose and reason for such a change. Thus means, they all must actually start with what is facing them in each of their own mirrors. This changes should not only be just for themselves personally and individually to be able to live and see the end success of that change, but so that other future generations can.
They must truly deeply ask of themselves for this change as well as understand comprehensibly each and their own obligation to Haiti, to their children and to the future of Haiti.