Each of us want to do something which changes the world around us, but the problem we have is finding the opportunity or the means to do it.
We want to do this for on simple reason, because it’s right.
What’s right hasn’t always been my best play. I’d usually sit on the sidelines, watching everything play out. But, and this is a big one, I never thought I had anything to contribute to the world.
Sure I have two kids, but they’re carrying on as people who will eventually, like the rest of us, not be here.
I wanted to give back in a way which would others, not for glory, but because it’s what is right.
The right thing often escapes us.
We find it lying in the corner, its body thrashed and battered, but we want to be right, we want to do good for the sake of helping others.
That’s why creativity is important in the world.
There are tons of doctors, lawyers, but the creatives are shunned until they can produce something worthwhile.
Writers room are full rejection slips. Some of us hold onto them as a badge of honor.
We look at them as we finish our current project and hope, “Maybe this is the one.”
Then we send it off, hoping.
Doing right is something which will sustain us, keep us safe and hopefully help our writing.
I write to help others, which seems to be working lately if you’ve found this blog from TM.org.
Helping others is what we should do, because it’s the right thing