We were created by God to be Kings and Queens, heirs to a throne, but we chose money and popularity instead. We are starving for love and belonging and we don't know it.
In gathering information for my second book, I've come across some outstanding material that can assist us in explaining what the heck is going on with the world today?
The thesis that I am working to prove, the world is the way it is because we have forgotten that each other exist.
The young boy of a different race who is gunned down could just as well be my own brother. The young women exploited on the television screen for my entertainment could be my sister or daughter, both deserve better.
We have placed a large distance between ourselves, which has caused us to forget that we are in this together.
If history tells us anything, we tend to choose the preservation of ourselves over the person next to us. If true, what does the future hold and how long can this 'party' last?
I challenge you to look your truth in the eye, stare it down, and question its existence in relation to humanity. If it is solely focused on absolute consumption, reconsider, because we are in this together.