“Real courage is doing the right thing when nobody’s looking. Doing the unpopular thing because it’s what you believe, and the heck with everybody.” ― Justin Cronin, The Summer Guest
Before the winter winds begin to blow and the snow starts to fall and cover the landscape with a blanket of white the howling breezes of autumn are free to spread and deposit myriads of discarded newspapers and other freely floating debris that have escape the confines of nearby garbage receptacles. When this happens the papers and other refuse are captured by the bushes that border nearby schools and playgrounds. The man above uses this as a cue to take some type of positive action to clean up the area. Rather than look at the mess and whine and complain he does something to get rid of the mess. His actions indirectly inspire neighbors to also become a bit more proactive as far as the ecology is concerned. He is an unsung hero and a role model to all. — gc.
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