I have never been someone who sits idly by bobbing my head when I have been treated wrong. I stand up for injustice, speak out against discrimination, and refuse to accept no as an answer.
Fiercely dedicated when I have a goal I live to evoke change.
When I begin a project, a campaign for change; whether it be writing a letter of complaint or attempting to have a law changed, and someone snarls and tells me that I shouldn’t waste my time I get punchy.
When they pat my arm sympathetically and tell me not to worry about it, I get all kinds of jabby.
Words like “don’t rock the boat.“
Make me start doing ninja drop kicks.
Why does it matter that I want to make a difference? Does this make you uncomfortable? Does it keep you up at night?
What do you do when you see an injustice, or you’re treated unfairly, and when you want to see a change?
Do you challenge yourself to think differently, to look outside the box, and to feel your emotions?
Open your eyes!
Watch my throat punch coming straight at you!!
This is MY path and I choose to make a difference while I’m here.
I choose to stand up for my rights and the rights of others, to refuse to back down when I don’t agree, and to make my voice be heard.