Do I care, you've asked me, about the consequences of the natural and nuclear disasters that have hit Japan or about the war inflicted upon Libya by the Western allies?
I'm afraid I'm not capable to answer this question.
People, albeit of questionable judgement, have argued that the natural disaster in Japan may have been an outcome of human actions. Although I feel that that "human" is not a noun to be used to describe such beings. One must have been deprived of all humane emotions to deliver such an act. To play God as if the Earth is a round of Stratego is surreal. I'm not judging because I sincerely do not know how I would act had I had that power. However, it does make me feel less than a pawn. I just may be the crumb, on the floor, below the table, on which the boardgame sits.
What's bothering me in this freaky situation is my current inability to live in my own little bubble and keep dreaming as I did when I was a child. If the acts of these people deprive me of realising my one and only dream... oh, who am I kidding? There's nothing I can do about it.
I'll just ignore it and hope it goes away - much like what I've been doing about everything ever since I can remember. Surprisingly enough, the good things usually go away immediately whereas the bad just stick with me.
Hope is such a silly thing. It's just an idea but it still helps me get up in the morning. So I'll just hold on to that for a little while longer, if that's OK with you, honey.