Life As We Know It
LOS ANGELES, July 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — It seems to me there are a lot of questions but few answers. Maybe if we care enough and try hard enough we can find more answers by working together. This is not a new concept. It’s how the pyramids were built. Who knows what we can accomplish together. Since children are our greatest asset it only seems reasonable that we take great interest and care of this irreplaceable treasure. Perhaps we haven’t realized that some children have been treated as less valuable than others. We have to fix that. We can not tolerate any child being neglected, abused, criminalized, or forgotten. This is America after all. We helped other countries with their children, why can’t we make sure OUR children are safe and loved. Teaching a child about their true worth is important, but treating a child with respect, love and worth is better than all the words that can be taught. Showing a child their true potential and possibility stretches their imagination farther than we will ever be able to know. Let our children dream big dreams and create opportunity for them to reach those dreams. This is possible. Not only is this possible for young children, but all children and adults who have not been aware of the potential that lies just beneath the surface of their stunted imaginations. Is it possible that we can recognize the gifts that are in every human being no matter how different they may seem from us? The answer is yes. We can acknowledge the possibility that the most “insignificant” among us could be the GREATEST of us all. We are talking here about changing our universe, our way of seeing ourselves as we relate to others. This is a shift in our humanity that could lead to-God only knows where. I for one want to see the beginning of it. Where their are more of us moving in a positive direction than not. Where we tip the scales to the enlightened side, out of darkness. Where we all finally are on the same page regarding each other. Where we stop putting labels on everything and see ourselves in each other. That’s where the answers are.
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