We Didn't Ask for Life" That's Good!Posted on 05/09/08, 11:06 pm Yeah, we didn't ask for life. But that is not a sad thing, really. What's sad is that most people don't realize that. If they did, then they'd realize that people should be more concerned about each other's lives and should be in a true desire to make it more "fair" and "balanced." Being that it often isn't, gives us the job of being bold enough to change things and change the minds of the people that are making life "more unfair" for most people. Life has it's own tragedies. So should we be "caving in" to the people that are making it worse by doing things to make it more of a tragedy in our system? I think not. But it gives people a battle to fight to make it life better. If we "get out of our selves" and "move forth" doing something about it working together like brothers and sisters to change things for the better, "we could be hero's" like the old fasioned "Superman", "Truth, Justice and "The American Way." May sound "corny" but I believe that's the "key!"
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