We may never be strong enough to be entirely nonviolent in thought, word and deed. But we must keep nonviolence as our goal and make strong progress towards it. " Mohandas 'Mahatma' Gandhi. I have to ask any person who reads the above quote -when will we say enough is enough As I sit on a plane to fly half way around the world I ask that you read this. During the time I was without access to the internet, I came to think how can changes REALLY be made When will we all start to make changes How can I help to make changes I have spoken to so many people lately, including my inner self, and there are so many who think hope is hard to find. It seems that life is more than just a daily struggle for most and just keeping our heads above water is a hard thing to do! How can we all support each other and how can every person who reads this have a happier and better life As you all know, I eventually want to work in some form of politics where real changes can be made to make the world a better place. I don't want to just hope! I want to get actively involved and actually DO something about it! I donâ
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william gregory, United States5 years ago Comments: Life is too short to waste time being negative, or hateful, or deceitful. I find that I am fulfilled when I do good things for other people, or when I make another person smile. Life should be about random acts of kindness, and trying to help your fellow man. There's no room in this world for bigotry, or violence. War would not be needed if we stopped marching forward with our petty assumptions, and learned to really listen to, and communicate with one another. We are supposed to be the most intelligent of God's creatures, but we're not showing that. I'm with you, Candace.
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