English Comp. Inquiry :P
HEY GUYS!! SOO the other day in one of my classes we had a little discussion that really made me think a lot, so I would like to share that with you guys.
BUT! First of all, as most of you know, it is Valentine’s day! So happy Valentine’s day! I really hope all of you enjoy your day! This is definitely not my favorite holiday but I can still appreciate it.
Anyway, back to the original topic: the conversation I had in class. In my English Composition II class, we were talking about an essay that we were given and what to write it about. The whole class was going around talking about their topics and we were to bring up why they were important, which was a big part of the assignment: to establish why the topic was worth reading and why it really mattered in the first place. There was a student who brought up human trafficking and slavery, and how it’s a bigger problem now then it ever has been in the past. That’s when another student brought up a point that made me think: “But why should I care?”
At first this this statement seemed pretty rude, but once the professor had asked him to elaborate, then the question began to make a little bit more sense. He said he couldn’t do anything about it, so why would he let himself get upset about it. That with huge world problems like politics, poverty, sex trafficking, etc. there is nothing he can do about it. That he’s not gonna be able to change them so why would he let it upset him? He said he accepted that he can’t do anything about it and moved on.
Now, this made sense to me that someone might feel that way: inadequate and to minuscule to make a big difference in the world. But, on the other hand, I do not agree with that the slightest bit. Isn’t that why Christ died for us? To show us that each and everyone of us make a difference in the world. I honestly think we can make a difference in the world. From making someone’s day with a simple little compliment, to making the world a better place by fighting for human rights.
I think we just need to stop being afraid to love one another. We were created to be so much more. Like i’ve said in a previous blog, we can’t be afraid to speak out and to stand up for what we believe in. Whether it’s in school, at home, on Saturdays, on Valentines day, in America, in the world, or anywhere or anytime else we can make a difference. That’s just what I feel. I hope you guys feel the same way!
Well that’s what I was thinking about and I just wanted to share that with you. I hope it made sense, and I hope you can somewhat get what I’m trying to say. So, again, have a happy Valentine’s day and an amazing rest of your week!