Given the current doom of conflicts in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and South Sudan; agitations in Ukraine, Libya, Nigeria, Somalia and Venezuela; and the likelihood of festering issues in Turkey, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, humanity's best days must be ahead.
Humanity's best days must still be in the future because of the unprecedented raw present state of affairs that once subsided, fixed or solved, could only usher in humankind's best of times.
However, the transitional period to the best of times could continue to be marred by stark violence and hindrances to the rights of the people. Yet, with a rebooted resolve to sustain civilization and to provide life, liberty, equality and rule of law, the road to the best of times could be easily reached.
Moreover, before the best of times come, some conflicts and agitations must end. The Syrian war must end and the Syrian identity returned. Extremism must be defeated. Nations and their peoples must be allowed self-manifestation of their desired destinies unabridged by autocrats and ideologists. The tasks are all possible, the means must be fitting and the ways applicable to the laws of nature.