More questions than answers

This edition of The Zimbabwean raises more questions than it answers. In this we believe we accurately reflect life in our beloved Zimbabwe today, as well as among our friends in the wider world.
How on earth did it come to this?
How are people surviving?
How much longer?
Does anyone

out there care?
How can one crazy old man be allowed to do this?
What can be done to stop him?
What does Thabo Mbeki really think?
What will it take for him to act decisively?
What will tomorrow bring?
How many hungry babies will die today?
How many HIV-AIDS sufferers, deprived of their regular medication by the price war, will die in the coming weeks?
When will the international community act?
What should they do?
Are we going to have elections next year?
Is the opposition serious about unity?
How are we ever going to rebuild this mess?
What of tomorrow?
Where have all the flowers gone?

27 word for today
“Arise oh Lord in your anger; rise up against the rage of my enemies. Awake, my God. Decree justice. Let the assembled peoples gather round you. Rule over them from on high; let the Lord judge the peoples. Judge me, O Lord, according to my righteousness, according to my integrity oh Most High. Oh righteous God who searches minds and hearts, bring to an end the violence of the wicked and make the righteous secure.” Psalm 7
“Lord, to whom else shall we go? You alone have the message of eternal life.” John 6;68

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