Charging the Lines means going against the flow.
It means going against where the world is heading.
It means challenging conventions and conformity.
But, it’s not just about going against the tide for the sake of being rebellious. It’s about standing up and fighting for what you believe in even when it’s not popular, even when the world hates you for it.
It’s not about living life differently not for the sake of doing so.
It’s about living your life the best that you can so you can make a difference in other people’s lives.
But, Charging the Lines is not supposed to be easy. I was reminded of that today.
In this world where most people have become indifferent towards others because of social pressures, it’s up to us, who are on the other side, to care for those who are neglected.
The world is moving too fast. But, it’s up to us, who are on the other side, to help those who are left behind.
Today, I felt hopeless seeing all those homeless people by the roadside while luxury cars were simply passing them by. This is the world’s reality. There’s gross inequality.
I wanted to give up. I thought of my opportunities to migrate. I could have migrated years ago. Remembering last night’s news about our country’s leaders, I felt even more hopeless.
But, Charging the Lines is not supposed to be easy.
As long as there’s one person who’s not yet giving up, changing the world is still possible let alone our country.
As long as I don’t give up, I know I can still make a difference.
That’s why I’m Charging the Lines.
But, Charging the Lines is not meant to be done alone. It’s easier if we’re together.
Will you charge the world’s lines of convention, conformity, and indifference with me?
P.S. Even though the odds are against us, there’s an invisible force always guiding us. And He has already conquered the world. (“Take courage. I have conquered the world.” — John 16:33)