by Leslie A. Fischman
If we prepare ourselves well in advance for the future we can enable ourselves to have greater control of future outcomes. The causes for illness and terrorism are not always known nor need be understood or picked apart. What’s more important is for Countries to figure out what’s working and continue to systematically put into place the appropriate safeguards, while taking preventative measures required to alleviate causes for acts of violence. Blogging is one way in which we can together share what is of value, what is of issue, to help build a better world for us to live in, by talking about what matters, and preventing further consequences of hardships faced by those who matter i.e. the innocent, the brave, the naïve, and the blind. This is why I blog. It’s not required for anyone to prove the significance of their Campaigns, only to share the whys, and do their part to write everyday and explain why they participate online on social media. This requires writers online to have a strong sense of purpose, a purpose which reflects positive results. Positivity is always measured by the material provided by Campaigns, and the Hashtags to whom they contribute material to for study, that is how a Campaign is supported and made by them. By providing information that supports your Causes for Campaigning, one can gain additional support, support is only guaranteed in the positive. What then becomes of the solution, only recognition of positives equal new causes for support, such as Each Mind Matters. –If participation on Hashtags, is how to achieve a following, then blogging is how to maintain that following, and that is how one achieves success online, on social media. Hashtags are for voices to be heard online, and for connections to be made, and for negotiations to begin. Causes that counter negative campaigns, face harsh scrutiny, when the causes to whom they support, fail to provide the sense of safety promised and pitched i.e. World Peace. –Now is not the time to worry what others think but just believe in themselves that if they stick to what they are good at, their causes in life i.e. their belief systems; then positive outcomes will occur. –For all of us, as we learn, grow, and appreciate one another in good faith. Having good faith, means: appreciating one another for what each other is worth not undermining the dreams of others, but keeping faith in the impossible, by realizing, that through the fulfillment of simple goals in life, we can achieve a great many things as a whole. All it takes is a belief in oneself to achieve something bigger than themselves and that thru daily reflection one can grow, blossom, and eventually be accepted as a Professional, as a Campaign Against Violence, or whatever causes they may have in relation to acts that help prevent violence, as a Professional member of society, taken seriously.
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