|Fall of the Berlin Wall|
person to person develops a spark of protest in the air that demands the people's voice to be heard and for their rights to be naturally provided. In BBC's current online post on the Berlin Wall emphasizes the mentality that 'We can change things' (Berlin Wall: Angela Merkel hails fall as 'dream come true'). And we can. BBC News provided the following information:
- The wall stretched for 155km (96 miles) through Berlin but today only about three kilometres of it still stands.
- At least 138 people died trying to flee to West Berlin.
- Within a year of the wall's collapse, Germany - divided after its defeat in World War Two - was reunited.
NPR told the amazing story that everyone should listen to: The Man Who Disobeyed His Boss And Opened The Berlin Wall
The writer Nelson unfolds the story of Harald Jaeger in a four minute audio and shares the power human beings have and the will to fight.
The Google Doodle inspired me today and encouraged me to look back on history to see what we can do today. If you feel like watching a cool clip on the Berlin Wall, you should really check out the Google Doodle for today.
|Commemoration of the Fall|
Thumbs up to human will power and ability to change the world.
'We can change things.'