Last night was devastating for many Americans. Today the hallways are filled with whispers…
“I can’t believe it.”
“What was everyone thinking?”
“How could this happen?”
“What are we going to do?”
What we’re going to do is stay strong and stick together like we always have. There is a misogynistic, racist, homophobic piece of garbage that will be taking over our country’s leadership. Will it be the first time? No. Will it be the last time? Hopefully, but probably not. What matters is that we understand that even though he is in charge, we have the power.
We have the power to better our world and ourselves. Simply having the water-cooler morning talk today brought together everyone in my office, Democrats, Republicans, and all other voters were discussing the election peacefully and respectfully. We don’t talk much normally and the fact that we came together to grieve over a loss showed me something important: We came together.
People are capable of the utmost compassion and it’s crucial right now to embrace that quality in mankind. I may be poor, unknown, and full of mental issues, but I won’t let that stop me from doing everything I can to help those in need; those in fear. Here are some ways you can help, too:
If you don’t have time or money, try these simple things:
25 Ways to Help a Fellow Human Being Today
(Source; I got the helpful links from this article: Huffington Post article)