Beseech: (v) to ask someone urgently and fervently to do something
I beseech politicians to answer the question and then offer explanation instead of the other way around.
I beseech women to stop thinking they are smarter by treating men like they’re dumb.
I beseech men to stop acting dumb while secretly relegating women to a secondary position.
I beseech religion to start believing that God is our Father and therefore does not want to hurt us.
I beseech business to perfect the product before inflating the price.
I beseech parents to create a balance of responsibility and blessing for their children.
I beseech the military to be so prepared and so powerful that they don’t ever have to actually prove their worth.
I beseech educators to teach a balance of humility with information, since we are constantly learning things that contradict our arrogance.
I beseech those who are blessed to imagine what it is like to be without such a courtesy before deciding to judge weaker brothers.
I beseech the homeless to organize and simplify their lives to match their financial intake.
I beseech those who offer counsel to do so with an eye on their own weaknesses instead of merely poring over the philosophies of psychologists.
I beseech humanity to step far enough out of the jungle to plant a garden.
I beseech myself to remember all these things that I have beseeched from others.