Some of the amazing stuffs are lying there beneath in the piles of garbage reality shows and talk dramas (shows). I have been following the series "What would you do" back there in Youtube quite often. Sometimes it gets me overwhelmed. How would we behave in a certain situation is a matter of relativity. Most of the time we believe we would/wouldn't do a certain thing but we can't be totally sure of it anyway. This show grabbed my attention for it's innovative ideas and social issues that really someday may affect me too. Being minority is not comforting, specially in this busy selfish world. But when you get support or see a blooming smile on the face of the person next to you, it gives you a little strength. All we want to be recognized and being valued for what we are but bullying or putting something with a race tag is a sheer disgrace on that. The video below is one of the finest examples of humanitarian act showed to someone less fortunate. There is a deeper meaning in helping someone, you want to make an environment which is helpful, so that one day you will be helped. It's an incredible kind of idea to make this world a better place. I always like to be a part or at least a supporter of a cause which makes positive difference to the world and makes it a better place to live. Yes, I do agree there will be people who would not understand it, who would be not so open to new positive ideas but still even one person in a community can make all the difference. So sleeve up and pitch yourself in - someone needs your help somewhere!
A little heads up
The Blogorama is collection of my daily blog. Whereas category "Things made my life awesome" talks about my past wonderful experiences in an ascending order, "Now in my mind" says the issues I like my opinion on. "Life, in making" is recently started daily log (not so daily!), "Meditation" is something I come back so often, thought that would interest YOU too. Well, that sums it up (almost).
A constant dreamer, believe this is not the end of the world and try to make changes in my own life constantly. Life sometimes went hard and strict-my life's choices would determine whether I have taken them as lessons or punishment.
If you think someone else is the problem and is not letting you do certain things, that implies you perceive yourself a victim. Being victim is letting the person win. If you really want to make a statement: Ignore him.
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