A Plea For a Difference

We write, because we hope to make a difference. My biggest fear is that we are writing and not being heard. Although, if we are being heard, that doesn’t necessarily mean we are making a difference. My biggest fear would really be that we’re being heard but no ones doing anything about it. What’s the point of being educated if you don’t use that knowledge you’ve acquired? Now the next question most of you have is probably, “how can we take action?” The answer would be to use the knowledge you’ve acquired to teach others what you know. The more people who know what’s going on, the bigger of a difference it’ll make. I can’t express it in words my sincere desire to make a change. I can’t be the only one who feels this way. Most people linger, knowing there’s something to be done but not knowing how to do it and give up. Please don’t be these people. The only way we can make a difference is if the people reading this use what they are given as inspiration to do something more! There are so many ways to educate others in our world today… Use them for good instead of idle things. Another thing is that everyone who is takin action right now needs to know we’re United! I’ve been wondering for a while now how many actively involved people it would take to truly make a difference. There is no specific answer to this but I do know that if there are hundreds of people out there who know these things, but think they are standing alone, how can things change? How can a difference be made if there are hundreds of strong, virtuous people out there standing alone? The answer is a difference can’t be made. Not unless we all stand together as one. Please, let us know you are listening, let us know you understand, and let us know you are taking action! We, along with the others out there hoping to make a difference, need to know we don’t stand alone. As Martin Luther King Jr. said, “We must learn to live  together as brothers, or perish together as fools”

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