Questionable People

Jesus, Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, and John F. Kennedy all have one thing in common. They all wanted change not only in people but for world. You see, I have learned that if you’re someone who questions their surroundings you are seen as a threat in the eyes of other’s, therefore they will do whatever they have to do to get rid of you. You see, people fear change, they fear what they can’t control. They fear it because they themselves don’t want to change, they want for things to stay the same, and they don’t want to worry about certain circumstances. But yet, many people fail to realize that we are bound to change, we are bound to grow. Some people spend their whole life trying to kill the idea of change rather than embracing it. And at the end of the day all it does is backfire on them. For example, when Jesus died for our sins people failed to realize that yes he sacrificed his life for us, but he did it so that we could change. The same with Martin Luther King Jr. he was assassinated because he believed in bringing every race, gender, etc all together. Gandhi was assassinated as well for trying to reunite India. And lastly, JFK was assassinated for trying to end segregation. But here’s the kicker, even though all of them died their ideas didn’t die with them. Because of JFK and Martin Luther King Jr. segregation ended, because of Gandhi India is now free of Great Britain, and because of Jesus every sin around the world was forgiven. So you see, it doesn’t matter what evil comes our way because it can destroy all it wants, but it shall never conquer us. So I ask you to remember that you are a threat, you are a threat because of what you believe in and what you stand for. But I ask you to not be afraid, I ask you to continue on, and I ask you to constantly question your surroundings. Because at the end of the day you are not in this fight alone. I rather see you hated for something you loved, than loved for something you hate.

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