They might be few and very hard to find in todays sick world but I do believe they exist, placed all over our world in the most extreme places of poverty and cruelty, there you will find someone whose heart is demanding, calling they fight for change. In the thickest of dark and human sickness and degradation these people are clinging to their fight that they can and will make a difference. Always striving to bring others on board to their cause in trying to make the world a better place by never allowing the world and all of its followers clinging onto nothingness, CHANGE THEM AND WHAT THEY HOLD DEAR. LIFE!!! That is the problem today we are surrounded by millions not truly engaged in living even their own lives, they just float thru one day after another, punching a time clock, eating their dinner, driving their car, raising their children, to many useless excuses to try and justify in their own minds why they are simply to busy to care about anything that does not directly pertain to them or in their own stupidity think directly affect their lives. How naïve is that to think that in some way even a small part of what we do every single day does not affect the lives of others on a global scale, what we put out into the world is felt all over the world and has I believe some very serious consequences on more than we allow our small minds to comprehend. Do we not all live basically next door to one another? do we not all share the same world? In a sense do we not all hold each other up somehow? or beat each other down? Bad did not go from bad to worse over night and yet many of us just simply cannot wrap our minds around how things got so bad? Countries that still condone child slavery, sex trafficking, torture of animals, ask yourselves does the country you live in support somehow those countries and their behavior? The answer is most likely "YES" Then you must start asking yourselves how can I make a difference if you care to try at all and most don't, that is exactly how bad went to worse, slowly and steadily over time. It is after all just not my problem or yours, or is it? I have made a personal choice to make it my problem, paying close attention to what I buy and where it comes from at all times not just some of the time. I don't care if it is food or clothing, I have to know where it came from and if was supporting somehow something I don't believe in or want to be a part of in the smallest way. For each of you it has to come from your heart and maybe you care or you just don't have the time. What a sad excuse of a person you are to look around and ever complain about one thing in this world you are not happy with and take the stance, What can you do? the problem is just to big. Maybe you are one of those people that truly don't care about anything but your own selfish needs, which seems to be the general consensus these days. Maybe you never complain and think the world is just fine the way it is. Good luck with that, you need it living in that much denial. It does not matter where you live and if you are the only one that believes things need to be better and can be better if you just keep speaking up, because if you do, others will follow your lead by example and maybe some of those will be just that,, followers but maybe some of those because of your example will in turn become leaders themselves and together great minds accomplish much. It takes starting somewhere with something to believe in and the next thing you know you have started a ricochet affect. You must first believe your voice counts and stop remaining silent about cruelty taking place next door. I dream a dream like so many others like me that more and more those like us that care with every cell of our being will not allow ourselves to become extinct and that one day soon those who fight against us and oppose us at every turn will see that we are not going anywhere, so either jump on board and change the side you fight on, or once again get out of our way before we gladly run you over. Kindness will not become extinct. I promise them that.
October 28, 2013