Christian K. Montiel
Are so many things into this world that doesn’t make sense to worry about like adultery, war and material things that nobody really needs.
But what about those who are left behind for not be able to get along with the society that not understand them and don’t even listen to their complains, I’m talking about the groups that are left in the darkness of our society.
Elders, ethnic groups and people with special needs and others so many groups that are still misunderstood with society, like this kid that I found into this society crying with his crutch broken and he ask me why society has to be mean with people like me?
Since he ask me that question and cannot be able to answer it because still no answer into this society, this society where everybody pretend to be blind and deft to those who really need it and complain of pain.
The world is going to be going around with no way to stop, but I hope one day we found the answer of the questions that still disappear into this darkness that is call our black society.
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