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La pobreza en México ha llegado a un grado casi insoportable. Más de 25 millones de mexicanos viven, o mejor dicho, sobreviven en la miseria extrema. Las familias se desintegran y los individuos se preocupan más por averiguar la forma de subsistir un día más que por mantenerse fieles a sus tradiciones. Ya no importa si no puede comer la familia junta, al mismo tiempo, siempre y cuando haya algo que comer. ¿Se va a preocupar un padre de familia de orientar a sus hijos en el camino de la vida, cuando tiene que trabajar horas extra? Todo esto provoca un interés casi nulo por parte de las familias más humildes por educar a sus chicos y, por ende, la formación de un círculo muy difícil de quebrantar.
La única posibilidad que tenemos de curarnos de nuestras enfermedades monetarias colectivas, es reclamarle a nuestro gobierno que haga lo que está en bien de nosotros y no en bien de ellos. El gobierno actual, no lo ha hecho, es más, no lo ha intentado siquiera, en los últimos 70 años. Es tiempo de demostrar que podemos hacer cumplir nuestra voluntad.
A pesar de todas estas dificultades que conlleva el ser considerado tercermundista, no han logrado, en mi punto de vista, vencer el espíritu azteca de lucha que hay en cada uno de nosotros. Siento que sigue habiendo la esperanza de que mañana será un mejor día que hoy. La alegría en nuestros corazones sigue allí, en muchas ocasiones oculta esperando la más mínima razón para estallar, pero sigue allí.
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