No matter how you cast your vote on Tuesday, now we have to work together. As Jon Stewart said at the "Rally to Restore Sanity" last weekend, "We hear every damn day about how fragile our country is — on the brink of catastrophe — torn by polarizing hate and how it's a shame that we can't work together to get things done, but the truth is we do."
It's worthwhile to think seriously about these positive words, because this is a journey we are all on, whether we like it or not, whether we are conscious about it or not, whether things unfolds according to plan or not.
We should be aware that there are differences among us, but at the same time we have to know that we can work together. The last City Council actually did it when with compassion they worked out a solution for the homeless.