Greetings! I’m Christian Robicheau, assistant editor of writing services at www.sterlingcreations.ca.
I hope that whereever you are, the weekend is being nice to you. Today, I am pleased to introduce an editorial by our president Donna J. Jodhan. Here now is Donna.
Enjoy your weekend.
No right to grumble
Here is my take on this subject for what it’s worth. If we do not do something about something, then we should not grumble about it. If we do not take the time to cast our vote in an election, then we have no right to grumble against the elected government. If we do not at least make an effort to help find a solution to a problem, then our right to grumble is nil.
So often and too often, we find it easier to grumble and complain about things instead of helping to find a solution. We prefer to complain and attack others who try to make a difference. We prefer to criticize rather than trying to come up with a solution. O yes! We find it so easy to attack, complain, grumble, and rip others apart rather than getting off our chairs and becoming a part of a constructive process.
If you can’t help then don’t grumble and if you prefer to attack and complain then do it where no one can hear you. Just my two cents worth for today.
I’m Donna J. Jodhan wishing you a terrific day and weekend.
To reach me, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be delighted to send you an electronic copy of our latest newsletter.
Here is a complete list of where you can view Donna’s blogs and editorials.
Donna Jodhan! Advocating accessibility for all
a weekly feature on important answers to consumers concerns
Weekly blogs for language professionals and accessibility consultants
A monthly editorial on issues on diversity
a monthly editorial on business issues and concerns
weekly editorials on accessibility issues in Canada
Editorials: An International perspective on issues of accessibility and disability
http://www.accessibilitynewsinternational.com (under the editorials section, an international perspective)
A general perspective on issues of access and accessibility