Most of us are accustomed to norms, and that is why we can be identified by or associated with culture. It takes emancipation from mental slavery, acculturation and proactivity to make a difference. Changes make a difference!
Making a difference could mean changing norms.
Making a difference could also mean challenging agelong ideologies and existing conventionality.
Making a difference involves being true to one’s ideals.
Why allow racism or even partake, when it conflicts with your values?
Why practice gender discrimination or even nurse such bias that causes seggregation.
Poverty is an illusion, it cannot survive collaboration.
Skills are learned, attitudes are learned, even paradigms are learned.
Learning is the key to change and change is the key to advancement.
Migration from one socio-economic class to another is very possible. It is called social mobility.
Change is possible. New levels are attainable.
Such changes often require a change in mindset, a change in attitude, a change in approach and aquisition of new skills, perspectives and associations.
What changes are you willing to make in order to make the world a better place?
What are you willing to do in order to give life a meaning?
Life is beautiful for those who understand that society is not static.
Make a difference by making the changes that are necessary to establish your ideals.
Ideals should not fall short of the standards of love.
With love, we can share in the joys of peace and unity.
What are your perspectives about changes that make a difference?
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