Written on January 28, 2007.
Just a thought about Support!
I watch Fox's American Idol, in times, and I came across a current audition of this year's current season. It discloses an individual with a dream and the ethics of trying to make a dream come true, but if you notice in this video you will see one faithful thing; a display of a non-parental support.
Such a shame, that this person or even other people in this world can't even get the support they want or need to pursue a dream or goal in his or her life. In seeing this makes my points true that family are the weaknesses inside of all of us and the villains that will prevent us from succeeding if we don't watch it. Okay so some of you might have a good family that supports you, but remember not everyone gets that luxury or even pride.
As friends, whether you are a true friend or myspace friend, it only takes a few seconds to commend some one for trying, succeeding, believing, or dreaming; just because we may not be able to do the things they can doesn't make it wrong for some one else. We build our dreams off of belief and if we believe then we can make anything happen. A simple second of support goes a far distance to those whom are less fortune as others. So today I salute Matt Sato from the American Idol audition for his efforts in trying, believing, and making a difference in him no matter what the world has brought him.
Support one another and make the world revolve with a smile!
Chris L. Antie