“History tells us that, at the end of the day, there actually is a “right side of history.” For instance, most of us would likely agree on the following: The abolitionists in pre-Civil War America were on the right side of history. The suffragettes who fought for the rights of women in the electoral process were on the right side of history.
Reference: www. psychologytoday.com/us/blog/darwins-subterranean-world/201803/the-right-side-history
One that works to make the world a better place or one that works to
One that supports friends or one that takes them for granted?
One that challenges our enemies or one that seeks to destroy them?
One that wants to destroy the Earth or the one that wants to save it?
One that wants us to be a global society or the one in which one’s nation is
One that listens or one that makes all the decisions.
One that respects the needs of others or one that tramples on the
Don’t know which side of history you want to be on but I sure want to live in the world where there is a place for everyone to live their best lives.