The Impossible is Possible

"Holding a Caucasian hand has never made me feel like I would catch a virus, nor a Mexican hand."
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They hate me for doing something with my breath but love me when I ain’t breathing right. Attacks on my power is only a stoning of my purpose:: I am not great from want but by calling.

Society has told us to know our worth as a symbolic command to stand down and obey it. So here we are resigning from our own genders and becoming other than born (human beings.)

Holding a Caucasian hand has never made me feel like I would catch a virus, nor a Mexican hand. It had never dawned on me that the secrets being kept defines a cowardice bases of “need to know.” That is until I realized how much society aims to make me ignorant, now I seek wisdom all day.

If there is a lost people they can be found by the mission of real humanitarian missionaries devising solutions. Do not think that any man or group of men contains the control of this world. Do not convince yourselves that you cannot control the ball and hit a long shot from change either.

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Mario Vernon

Mario is a writer and business owner specializing in creative writing with a spiritual focus. He offers various services for aspiring writers who need inspiration and guidance.