The path to better days must be won since that road is not unimpeded from the hindrances already erected and some being built to block the forthcoming better days.
Extremism, authoritarianism and right wing agitations pose the greatest threats to a better tomorrow. Seeds of agitations are being cultivated by fallible ideologies and by desperate political candidates that would say or do anything to win a vote.
Yet, ideologists and desperate politicians appear not to comprehend the abyss they are digging along the way to better days. The folly and migrant-phobia perpetrated by right-wing leaning political candidates are intent on creating a broad divide in societies that were making leap and bound head ways to community unity and harmony.
Therefore, to allow for the furtherance of a better tomorrow, the next year will demand that rational leaders spend large amounts of time and policies in bridging the divide created by agitators in their failed fallible runs for extremism and for social segregation.