Tomorrow


Tomorrow the US will have a new president.

A new president who respects no one, except his own arrogant self. 

A new president who has proven to be unfit to be the leader of this great nation. 

Tomorrow will be a sad day for many of us. 

But I have learned not to pay too much attention to the obvious derogatory character that this person has shown.

I rather spend more time and energy focusing on what the rest of us Americans can do to better ourselves. 

Like our former First Lady said: “When they go low, we go high!”

So let us do just that. 

Let us stand up and continue our fight to defend liberty and freedom.  

Tomorrow could be perceived as the first day in our new fight.

Tomorrow we can start fighting to defend immigrants , who are a big part of this nation’s growing economy. 

Tomorrow we can start supporting for continuous health care coverage for every American. 

Tomorrow we can start emphasizing on the importance of maintaining good relationship with the rest of the world.

Tomorrow we will have an opportunity to show each other the greatness of equality, alternative source of energy, and education on mental health services as a tool to lower gun violence. 

Tomorrow will be a day when we can continue to lift our faces and admire the beauty of our diversity, the awesomeness of respecting each other belief system, and the greatness of free speech. 

Tomorrow will be our opportunity . 

Tomorrow and many years to come. 

We can do this. It is our responsibility. 

Yes, tomorrow will be the day to show to the world how great America is.  

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Something as simple

Something as simple as doing laundry for a poor man 

can make a big impact on his life. 

Something as simple as delivering food to a hungry person

can make them feel rich again. 

Something as simple as accompanying a lady during her grief

 can make her feel whole again. 

Something as simple as helping clean up their apartment 

can make a sick person feel like they are in heaven. 

It’s the simple things we do out of true care and concern that can make a great difference in people’s lives. 

I am thankful for experiencing this almost everyday.