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Is it out of reach?
January 2, 2010, 2:19PM
by: Faith_Dissipates
topic: Life

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I was talking to someone online and the question surfaced "is it out of reach", "do you really think you have a chance of ever achieving your goal", "it's impossible."

My goal: to change the world. To change society, to make an impact. It sounds crazy, I know. But one day, I will have a plan.

I am aware of the fact that the Utopian dream is unachievable, it is impossible. Apparent "perfection" does not occur in nature. And Brave New World was the perfect example as to how perfection, is impossible.

I do not want everyone to be like me, I do not think that I'm perfect I have flaws, everyone has flaws. But one's perception of flaws differs at times from that of another; which is why society can never be "perfect". Everyone's perception of perfection differs.

But one of the things I wish to change is the fact that these flaws that people possess instead of being accepted are exploited. People need to be more accepting of other people. People should care more about other people, their lives shouldn't be nearly as self-centered. A simple ways to show people you care through your actions is holding the door for the person behind you. When someone falls, it should be instinctual to extend your hand to them to try to help them up. Instead of pretending that they don't see them and walking by.

People will always be judgmental, we are judged by actions but before they even see our actions we are judged by appearances. We are stereotyped. Everyone wants to fit a certain criteria. And the few who chose to rebel are instantaneously rejected by the static. Don't be the static, be the song and play it clear.

Life is short, it's not meant to be lived in hatred or discrimination but in love and acceptance. So don't take anything or anyone for granted because it could all be taken away in the matter of an instance.

But the real reason I wrote this was to make you know not to give up on your dreams, even if everyone is putting you down for it. Fight the static. And if you intentions are questioned, speak up.

I don't know if I will ever change the world, but I will never know until I try.

i have to say you do have a point . & i agree with what you are saying
my bestfriend passed away and ever since then i have thought of more
and more ideas on how to change the world but it is very hard.and today i was at zellers and i saw these two old people & i helped them with their groceris i wish that every one was nice .& love everyone.


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