When the world seems too big to challenge -
When we feel small and insignificant -
When we feel put down -
All those feelings make it easy to shake a fist at the world and say it should be different. When we feel small it is equally easy to turn away and say, 'who am I to question the way the world works?'
The real question is, who are you not to?
We bear a responsibility to question authority, both official and social, when it works to make the world a worse place for people to live.
We have the responsibility to hold the government and the media accountable for the lies they tell and the promises they break.
We also bear the burden of standing up for those who make wise choices.
And we have to look after each other.
We are our community, we are our government, we are our culture. With out us there is nothing.
Who are we to question the way the world works?
We are the only ones who can.