WorldKind

Fri, 02/02/2018 - 02:20 -- otryan

I often reflect on simpler times in my life. While attending my elite private school on financial aid, my 10-year-old self would buy candy at the CVS and resell it on the playground to my classmates for a profit. My Nana, knowing my secret, inspired me to donate my earnings at our church to people less fortunate.

 

Without knowing the word for my passion, desire and drive to create opportunities where none seemingly existed, my entrepreneur self began to take form.

 

I often contemplate the plight of our collective future on this planet.

 

Collectively, our humankind population totals over 7.6 billion women, men and children.

 

I often reflect how blessed, collectively, we are to be sharing our lives and our planet.

 

I often reflect how foredoomed, collectively, we are to be sharing our lives and our planet.

 

I often contemplate our collective future and become incensed that so many millions of our fellow citizens are impoverished, enslaved, tyrannized, depleted and deprived.

 

I often envision our collective future in juxtapose to our collective past.

 

I often envision answers to our world’s most perplexing problems and conceptualize solutions to end the suffering of all humankind.

 

Now, older and wiser with even more passion, desire and drive to create opportunities where none seemingly exist, I aspire by engaging citizens’, one helping hand at a time, to be the source and summit of our WorldKind civilization.

This poem is about: 
Our world

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otryan

My Worldkind is Your Worldkind. 

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