Raise Your Voice

He began screaming and threatening him.  The problem was that this display of harshness was done in public.  He was a large man who was brutally ridiculing and intimidating a young child of seven or eight.

Do Something             Thank you to the couragoeus man for standing up to him and saying, “Why dont you pick on someone your own size – Like Me.”  It’s great how an angry and frightening man is quickly quieted by the words of a stranger.

Bravery and respect in the highest form is given to someone, especially when they are raising their voice for those that are unable to raise their own.

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