It’s easy to be outraged.
Getting angry about the world’s evils is a fast and convenient way to appear righteous and respectable.
Nothing enrobes a man with an aura of conferred credibility quite like the act of being appalled by the failings and flaws of others.
But when our brief spells of fashionable moral indignation are over, the only things that remain are the results of actual effort.
We can complain, we can cry, we can condemn, and when it’s all said and done, either we will be among those who took action or we will be among those whose legacy is reducible to political posturing.
If the world’s injustices get you worked up, then feel free to get worked up, BUT don’t make the mistake of confusing getting worked up with getting to work.
If you want to be on the winning side of change, you have to get to work.