Which World Do I Aspire For? – Is It Wrong to Dream of a Gentler, Kinder World?

Hey there and I’m Christian Robicheau at the Sterling Creations desk and I hope that everyone is enjoying a nice winter’s weekend.
We are just coming to the end of February and now we welcome another leap year.
Today, pleased to share our president’s editorial with you where Donna J. Jodhan shares her dream of a better world.
Give this one a read and send your feedback to info@sterlingcreations.ca.
Happy weekend.

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Which World Do I Aspire For?
by Donna J. Jodhan

You may call me a dreamer but I do not think that dreaming can bring any harm to anyone. As a matter of fact, dreaming sure helps to do such things as to stretch the mind and imagination. It helps to encourage and motivate us to aspire, and it often can be viewed as a tonic to boost our energy. So here goes.

I dream of a world that is a kinder, more generous, and understanding one. Where we learn how to get along more easily, to understand all points of view, and where criticism takes a back seat to making things better than possible.

I dream of a world where freedom is a given, where racism and crime are controlled. Where hatred is replaced by love and crime is replaced by protecting each other.

I dream of a world where women are treated as equals, where our kids can look forward to growing up and where seniors are respected for having helped us to be where we are today!

I dream of a world where physical and sexual abuse are no more and where we can protect Mother Nature and her environment, and where our animal kingdom and all creatures of the air and sea are left to live their lives.

Am I being realistic? Maybe not but this is my dream and the world I aspire for!

Just my two cents for today!

To learn more about me as an award winning sight loss coach and advocate visit www.donnajodhan.com

About Donna Jodhan

Donna Jodhan is an award winning blind author, advocate, sight loss coach, blogger, podcast commentator, and accessibility specialist.
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