10 Ways To Stand Up And Deal With The Injustices Of The World
Injustice is a topic these days. Social injustice, the unfairness of the treatment of others based on their skin color, religion, race, political, or sexual preference stands. The fight against injustice is a bloodied one, blazing, knotted full of lost souls and hopeful hearts. It stems from the way that we treat others who are different from us, such as the way minorities or women are projected and preyed upon. Some argue why fight a fight you can’t win. How can an individual fight this injustice in the 21st century, fighting the cowardly elite. It’s about starting from the basics, and standing up for yourself.
10. Empower And Educate Yourself
After all, it is a stand, a fight for rights, so you need to arm yourself as best as possible by educating yourself. Arm yourself with knowledge, a clear concise mind and an articulate voice. Arm yourself with empathy, show gratitude. Develop leadership skills, learn to become an effective communicator, a persuasive speaker. Never allow anyone to make you feel inferior or powerless. Widen your sphere of influence as best as possible.
9. Speak Out Loud
Stand up and raise your voice when you need to, become fearless expressing what’s on your mind. Don’t fear authority. Instead fear the repercussions of allowing injustice to continue and fester. When you see injustice, do all you can about it. What the Internet and social media provides are a variety of ways to do so. Make sure your voice has substance. If you’re going to make a point, make sure it’s something you can defend until its end, with damn reason and composure. Become an expert at substantiating your viewpoints with countenance and arguments which are well thought out. Become assertive and not passive.
8. Think More For Yourself
Maximize your ability by activating the freedom to think for yourself. Question every idea, question everything that you take for granted. Is it okay to do something just because someone else says so? Put yourself in the situation of others, analyze, deconstruct, and never take anything at face value. The majority of blunders in the world happens, because people fail to think things through, often thinking too rationally.