It is a very sad day when the King and his minions of pop culture are in the same room with Donald Trump, the President of the United States.
This is how we get into this state of mind, this state in which the world is a laughing stock.
But we should not be in that state.
This was the state we entered in the 1960s and 70s, when we had no choice but to be so afraid of being seen as a threat to our way of life.
We were told by people like George Bernard Shaw that our fear of being perceived as a bad person was so strong that we would be tempted to commit treason against the state.
Shaw said that he feared for his own life, and many others have said the same thing.
Shaw is correct.
The fear of public humiliation, the fear of the people being made to look bad, the terror of seeing the world a cruel and terrible place is one of the biggest barriers to the pursuit of happiness.
This fear is so strong, in fact, that we’ve all heard the same story, even if it is not from the same people.
We hear it from celebrities and comedians, and from politicians and bureaucrats, and even from the president himself.
This has been our fear for a long time.
In the early 1960s, there was an effort in the United Kingdom to get rid of the Queen.
In 1964, there were calls for her to be killed.
It’s a common theme among our current political leaders.
But they have never come up with any plan for dealing with this fear.
The reason for this is because the fear is the product of a false paradigm.
We live in a world of illusion.
We have all been led to believe that the world around us is a beautiful place where people are good and nice.
But in fact we live in one of our most dangerous times in history, a time when there are a lot of people who have been killed and are in danger of dying in the streets.
The United States is no exception.
So how can we reconcile the fear with the reality of the world?
The reality is that our lives are at stake.
When you look around you, you see people who are being murdered and murdered by the police, by the state, by criminals and gangs.
But the real world is filled with people who don’t do anything wrong.
They have no criminal record, no history of violence.
They don’t have anything wrong with them, even though they are violent.
The people we want to be like are the people we’ve always known.
We are living in a time in which we are told that our fears are the reason why our lives don’t matter, and we must be careful.
That’s a lie.
This isn’t about us.
It is about our future.
We need to come to terms with that reality.
We don’t need to be afraid of the future.
But if we do, we’ll be worse off.
I’m not talking about a future where we can live in luxury, but a future in which our children are born and we grow up in a society where the fear prevails that we are not worthy.
It will be harder for us to make the choices we need to make in our daily lives, to be free of this fear and to make decisions that benefit us and our families and our children and our society.
That is what we need now.
We’re not just talking about the future of our children, we’re talking about our children’s children and their children’s future.
The only way to truly protect our future is to stop pretending that it is the only thing we should worry about.
We must make that choice.
This story is part of a series called The World in the Last Years.
You can find more about the series on the PBS website.
The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.