SideWalk Ghosts / Interview-365: “If Mountains Could Move…”

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Today Interview-365 extends a welcoming hand to Elyse of Bangor, ME.

There is one more submission waiting in cue to be published. So for any of you who are sitting on the fence as to when to share your thoughts, our doors remain open to hear what you have to say; and, we very much look forward to your wisdom. CLICK HERE TO SHARE.

Also, stay tuned… I’m about to start my street interviews again as well as announcing another daily project.

Talk soon friends,

RIchard

ELYSE’S ANSWERS:

Question One
If you had the stage… the undivided attention of the world… and all were listening… What words of wisdom, council or advice would you share?

“Reach out and help others. Too many negative things happen when people judge, mistrust, and hate others. If this negative energy could be turned around, imagine what we could accomplish. Not to be cliché but I really think we could move mountains.”

Question Two
Looking toward the future… as far, or as close as you want to imagine (one year or hundreds of years)– Where do you see the people or the planet … or, what do you think we should be doing now to prepare for the future?

“I’m not sure. Honestly I’m trying not to be too pessimistic about our future, but lately it has been difficult for me. I work in the nonprofit field, and lately it seems that the individual has gotten the short end of the stick, while big business and politics keep turning things in their favor. I think we are at a turning point in our society. We can continue to blindly trust in our leaders and their agenda’s, or we can stick up for ourselves and make a difference in our communities. I really hope for the latter.”

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