If it’s Important To You, It’s Important to Someone Else Too

Broken trike locked up for safety

A hand goes up in the classroom. A half-dozen hearts sigh relief.

Someone says something bold in a crowd. A dozen back the words with their own, “Yeah”

You forget to lock up the bike you promised to fix. The next day it’s gone.

If it’s important to you – no matter how insignificant you think it is – it’s important to someone else too.

Your voice is important.

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