Osama Bin Laden is dead. As a Mom, I always wonder how we got here. He started out no different than the rest of us. He was a darling baby who was loved by 他的 parents. His Mom adored him like we adore all of 我们的 children. So, what happened and what can we learn? One thought always seemed clear. Osama felt that the U.S had betrayed “his” country and “his”人，结果恐怖分子诞生了。
真正的事实是，没有这样的事情“his”, “my”, “our” or “your”任何东西。人类不“own”任何事情，但我们仍然相信这些概念。听起来很危险‘wooh-wooh’, ideas of 拥有ership are not real. Taking this idea to the next level, what if we raised 我们的 children to 拥有 nothing? What if we never taught the notion of 拥有ership? We could not lose anything, because you never would have 拥有ed it to begin with. So, the definition of winning would be making sure that we all had enough to eat, provided shelter and protected 我们的 children. We would be back to the basics of kindness and the golden rule.
我们的家庭将是一个家庭，不可能有一个‘yours’, ‘mine’ and ‘ours’心理。我们都会互相帮助。不’这听起来很吸引人吗？还有其他人筋疲力尽吗？