Who’s in charge?

When I got a bit presumptuous, or over-confident, my grandfather – a religious man – liked to say, “who’s in charge?  Who’s in charge?”

I hear a lot these days about governments battling markets, and the fate of the whole world is supposed to be at stake. Probably, already, your life has declined a little. Maybe quite a little. You’re still hoping your old heroes – finally – are about to pick up the fight and win the day.

Governments and markets: today’s kings and bishops, fighting over hearts and lands. “Who’s in charge?”

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