If there is ever a motivation for creating a movement, it is the basic idea of change.
Even before the times of Jesus, people have been clamoring for a change; in politics, in the society, in education, in almost everything they could observe. It seems that change is a basic human need: and why not? More importantly, why not now? For even now, we see that we really need change, positive change, in almost every aspect of the society.
Unfortunately, we, humans are programmed to fear change. We, far too often, are contented just try to solve our problems in our heads. Instead of involving, we just talk about those problems, muse about them, fret about them, do almost anything but to take action to solve them. A lot of us are guilty of being too fearful to take a step to solve the societyís problems, and a lot of them are guilty of condemning us as too complacent, too mediocre.
Of course we want change. It is just that we fear the risk of taking the lead to implement change. And why fear? Indeed, why not fear? For it is almost certain that the moment we jump and wade in the mud, we are sure to sink. The moment we take side in the battle, we are sure to get wounded.
And so we wait. And wait. And wait.
But waiting donít get us somewhere. We end up waiting for nothing if thatís the case.
Itís time to pick up swords and start joining the battle, where the enemy is not the people that we meet. Instead, we are faced with a more formidable enemy of the corrupt system and the one who controls it.
Indeed, it is a battle where many wounds are to be made, where many sacrifices are to be needed. But then, if youíll not fight, youíll not see the sun rise for the future generations. Itís enough a motivation to get us going.