Moral Exclusion

This simple picture, and those simple words, sum up so much. If you read Rob’s blog, there is a longer post, also filled with very big truth. But I feel this picture says so much already. I am proud to value defending and interacting with people who have been abandoned by the very world who made their conditions, through no fault of their own, worse, more than I value superficial fa├žades of success, achievement and “fitting in”.
If you ever have a doubt about what’s the right course of action, actually opening up and caring about strangers or friends or relatives who are in pain is NEVER going to be the wrong course of action. It makes you a better human being.

Art by Rob Goldstein

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