“In the end , it’s not about judging the worthiness of others. It’s about caring enough to reach out to
one another. It’s about believing in something bigger than ourselves. It’s about accepting the
humbleness of the human condition and knowing we’re all in this journey of life together and together
we discover our humanity. We all have something to give and we all have something to learn, and if we don’t, then we all have something to lose. — Ken Williams.
A friend sent me the above after I wrote last week about the homeless. The words rang home, and I’ve been thinking about Ken’s words since I received them. I had been worried lately about the tone of our leaders and everyone for that matter, yours truly included. I have read a great deal about our future and whether our fabric is being torn in two. But for every divisive talk or speech, I see or hear about an act of kindness or togetherness.
I guess it’s all about who I want to be, and what I want to become. It’s all about who you want to be, and what you hope to become.