I always thought everyone was equal. Everyone
was no better or worse than another. But, as I grow
older and perhaps wiser from experience, I have
discovered that many treat their equals as inferiors.
I hope this theory of mine to be proved wrong by the
citizens of Whyville and citizens of the world.
Sometimes I catch myself wondering, what happened to
the people who cared about others? Who treated
everyone equally? Maybe we are all still those people
inside. But if we all brought out that quality, perhaps
this fear of each other which has settled upon us may disappear.
I cannot comprehend why we do this. Perhaps
as the Christmas season draws nearer people everywhere
will open their hearts. Until we do this I am afraid
to say: there is no hope. We as the human race are
responsible for the caring of our fellow man. We are
supposed to give strength to friends, hope and love to
our families. As I watch, I find many of us have
forgotten our duty.
I also believe that there is no such thing as
a bad person. The terrible man is a man with no soul.
Everyone has a soul. Therefore it is truth that you
must look beneath the surface. There is no telling
what you may find. Many will find in life that to
judge someone is to judge yourself. This means that as
soon as you judge someone, you are judging yourself by
not searching first.
Never let anyone tell you can't. Because you
CAN. I may not be "wise beyond my years" but I have
found this: if you think you can succeed, you will. As
long as you believe in yourself it doesn't matter what
anyone else says.
Lots of you may be thinking, "How cheesy is
this?" Well, everyone is entitled to their own opinion,
and that may be yours. What you just read was mine.
One opinion out of so many... But think about this: I
wrote this. I did something about it. What did you do?
Trying to make a change,