We face many problems in our daily lives. We have leaders who are clueless, or perhaps worse, corrupt. But we, not they, are largely to blame for those problems. We have sold our freedom for a few bare comforts. Why are we so afraid? We all see the elephants if we are being honest with ourselves. Yet we don’t act; we don’t even acknowledge their presence for fear of losing those few bare comforts which have been allocated to us for being silent. But we know they are there. And we hope against all hope that someone will do something. We are afraid. Yet that fear will instantly dissipate the moment we acknowledge the elephant. Who will do that?