Imagine all the people. Imagine all the people living in New York City. The city of lights, the city that never sleeps, the big apple. Imagine all the thoughts in their heads, all the stories that they are carrying with them. Imagine that in the morning everyone is going somewhere. Everyone has a target. Or some kind of goal to get to. Maybe a meeting, work or school to drop off their kids. Maybe they are going to fight for what they believe in, or maybe they just lost their fight. But that doesn't mean they have to give up. None of it does.

Everyone in the world has a place. One place that is all theirs. That no one can take away from them. Right now we are 7,442 billion people on this earth. And every second we become even more. Right now, and now, and now. We have to help each other. Not to be afraid. To not be scared to fight, to fight for our beliefs. Let’s think about all the things bothering people, all the things that everyone are thinking about that makes them want to wrinkle their noses. The one thing that all these people do wrong is letting fear win. Letting all the people and events bother them, my question to you is: Why? Imagine all the people wrinkling their noses and letting themselves be bothered. Imagine being one of those people, one of those people who are being draged into a misery of botheration. Be one, or fight not to be. Don’t just abide. Imagine all the people. And then abide.