The “Gone with the Wind” author and screenwriter Andy Muschietti recently penned an essay for Salon titled “The Most Dangerous Idea of All.”
In it, Muschios wrote that he thinks we can “get a better future if we don’t make it.”
In the essay, Musshietti argued that it’s important to look at the bigger picture of why the future might be more dangerous than we know.
In the words of his essay, we need to consider the fact that the “greatest threat to our future is our ignorance.”
In his essay Muschietsays, we can see how the future is “not so much the future of our country, as the future we might have if we were better prepared.”
The essay is a must read for anyone who is concerned about the future and the potential consequences of ignorance.
But the essay is so clear and comprehensive that it should be taken as the first step to understanding how ignorance has led us to this point.
In his answer to Muschits question, Muschi also makes the case that we should have a “solution” to the “most dangerous idea of all.”
He writes:”The most dangerous idea in our country today is ignorance.
I hope you’ve heard the words, ‘Don’t believe what you don’t see.’
If we want to get a better, safer future, we have to be honest with ourselves about what we don,t, and can’t know.”
Muschietts answer to his own question in the essay goes on to explain that “the greatest threat to a society’s future is not its knowledge of the world, or its ability to defend itself, but the ignorance that it has of its own existence.”
In Muschiatts words, the greatest danger to our “future” is our inability to think rationally and rationally understand our own reality.
“We are all, by nature, not perfect.”
In fact, we are all “so fragile” that we can be “killed by ignorance.”
Muschio’s essay concludes with a series of words that are the most telling: “We all have one common enemy: ignorance.”
Muschi’s essay has a number of important points.
First, we must not be afraid to think for ourselves.
As Muschi writes in the article, we all have “one common enemy.”
The great danger of ignorance is that “a society cannot effectively defend itself by simply relying on its own knowledge.”
As Muschi writes, the country will be at a disadvantage if we let the country “fail to think in the best interests of its citizens.”
Musches essay also points to the idea of the “Glorious Revolution,” which was a political concept that is based on the idea that we must have an informed citizenry in order to have a more just society.
As the essay states, “The greatest danger of the Great Revolution is that we will allow our country to become a dictatorship, and we will let the Great Republic fail to do the work of making our nation a just society.”
The Great Revolution has always been at odds with what Muschians vision of a peaceful, peaceful society.
The Great Revolution was the result of the ignorance of the people.
In Musch’s opinion, the Great Reformers “failed to take a hard look at what they were doing.”
In the end, Musichiatos words of wisdom, “We will not let our country become a tyrant, and when it is our time, we will have the greatest revolution the world has ever seen.”
In this piece, we look at some of the arguments in Muschies essay, including the notion that ignorance is the greatest threat and the one to watch out for in the next century.