I believe that anyone who sleeps has dreams. I don’t know if a blind person would have the lucid dreams that people with their eyesight have - just because we have a vivid view on the world we live in. But, blind people hear, and smell - they can probably make up the way it looks in their head; everyone was born with an imagination.
you preach peace but what do you actually do to change a thing in this world?
I keep peace between my friends and family, I treat everyone with respect, and dignity. Whether I’m talking to my mother, or a homeless man on the street - they will both feel the same warmness in my voice.
Besides that, I work on the local campaigns to help the local canidates (From Raj Goyle to Hoyt Hillman) get their name out, - which is something I believe firmly in.
I continually go to rallies, in wichita - or topeka, to help raise awareness for everything from gay rights - to child abuse.
In the last year, I’ve raised money - and donated more that 300 pounds of food to the Cargil food center.
Just this last winter season I started a Christmas Child Box program at my local community college, I ended up raising enough money - and material donations to get a christmas to 34 local children.
Through college I’m studying spainish, so I can join the peace corps - and communicate with the people in South America I plan on working with.
I may not be changing the world, yet. But, I’ve been working on things on a local level… and, I think it’s a great start.
Besides the things I’ve done, I have very big plans to continue to change things. I don’t think I need to make a stranger a complete laundry list of things that I do, to satisfy their curiosity. If you really want to talk more about the personal things I get into, find me on facebook - and don’t hide your name, maybe we can also talk about the things you’re doing. (:
If people would only realize that saying someone isn’t intellegent, won’t actually make you intellegent. Fighting someone, won’t actually make you stronger - I think people would have a healthier sense of who they are as a person if they weren’t busy comparing themselves to someone else.