Stop Tolerating: Start Changing

Posted: September 23, 2012 in Uncategorized

—What you can tolerate you can never change.—
-We tolerate crime.
-We tolerate alcohol abuse.
-We tolerate corruption.
-We tolerate bad service.

Why can’t we change these things? Because we are either part of it or we tolerate it. If we are outside of the scope of those who engage in activities that bring us down as a nation and a people, then we more stop tolerating and start demanding change. Tolerance is a road that in most cases leads to acceptance. That is why we accept so many things now that we shouldn’t, stop tolerating and start changing!

-Make police reports constantly
-Educate about dangers of alcohol abuse
-Hold those involved in corruption accountable
-Lodge complaints and stop shopping at places with bad service.

Our local lazy neutral stance mentality needs to stop. Take action.
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” (Mahatma Gandhi) first, and then encourage others to do the same.

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