Within you lies great beauty
Yet I see the sadness in your smile
I see it as my duty
To walk with you a mile.
'Walk a mile', as in walk a mile in your shoes, your moccasins, to try to understand and not pass judgement. To experience what you experience.
In this all too hectic, fast-paced world, it can be easy to ignore the plight of our brothers and sisters in their time of need. I reach out and will do my utmost to turn those tears of sorrow into tears of joy and laughter.
I know we can all be here for each other. We can realise a better place in what should be an all different, all equal society, that embraces the diversity of mankind. Nobody has the right to devalue your humanity.
I see the homeless man
With the sparkle in his eye
I see the greed with the evil plan
And ask the question why?