I really don't want to hurt anyones feelings, but...
I've been asked how I can write things such as my last post when I have no idea what you've gone through. I admit that I don't know your situation, because each of us had a story to tell.
What I know is this!
If your life has ever been good, a good job, enough food on the table and luxuries to enjoy,
then you've at least had the chance to see how good life can be.
Millions of humans have never had that opportunity!
Countless children will never visit school, because their parents can't find enough food or money to allow such luxuries. Do you consider them less human than you?
What will these children become when they grow up?
What could the future possible hold for someone who know nothing more than the bare minimum?
I'm not asking you to trade places with them, although you'd understand my point if you would.
I don't want money from you, although plenty of organisations would be happy to take it.
The last thing I want is for your position in life to be threatened, but look at the hard facts.
What exactly got you into the position you're in today?
I believe that capitalism has gotten out of hand, and you don't notice because it's every where!
Big business lies to you every day with their advertising to convince you what you can't live without.
Your politicians waste your money on war machines and false priorities.
You're willing to accept that people are worth millions, because they can play well.
Something is wrong with this paradigm and I want to bring it to your attention for 1 simple reason.
A very small piece of what you are could be enough to change the world!
I've only asked 3 things of you and none are for me, they are:
1) Share a link to my page to give others the chance to decide for themselves.
2) Show your solidarity with the poor by donating $1.00 per month to the WFP.
See it as your monthly appeal to the UN that you endorse the club and its goals.
3) Do one thing to change the world, even if it's only a small thing.
The clubs wiki has lots of examples of people who have done small things,
and each has led us a step closer to the answer.
Be the change!
Stop looking for excuses, get out of your chair and make a difference.
I know that many of you already do so much, then talk about it.
Let others know that the change is overdue and that you're a part of it.
I'm certain that this is the answer!
I'm only one small voice, but together we are strong.
Stand up straight, look in the mirror and tell yourself:
Here's your chance to leave feedback! You're welcome to praise, criticize or just talk, but please be nice.
Here we are,
being the light!