We cannot abandon our brothers and sisters in Afghanistan who are crying out for help in their time of distress. Those who have helped the USA and England for the past twenty years are now facing a dire threat to their lives. It behooves us to respond to their call. A great wave of fear is engulfing Afghanistan and the only way to eliminate the fear is with an outpouring of love. The antidote to fear is LOVE. This is a test of our humanity. No nation exists in isolation. Each nation is part of one interconnected, interdependent network of relationships. All nations need to share a common purpose: promotion of the good of the whole world.
We must not allow the delicate balance of power in the world to shift in the direction of the destructive forces of nature. We must act collectively to ensure the safety of the Afghan people. This time calls for an urgent solution. We must respond with our hearts and not allow ourselves to be bogged down by the endless churning of our intellect. Although visas are important, we cannot wait for months to process papers when we already know the names of those who worked with the USA and UK forces. A list can be drawn up so that these people can be evacuated smoothly and easily. It may take a few more weeks. Every country should agree to accept some refugees so that the Afghan people are not left homeless and stranded with nothing.