Many writers write articles on the Internet in order to make money. But since they have such a talent, shouldn't they also be writing an occasional article for a worthy cause? Doesn't it makes sense to write let's say one in every ten articles for a worthy endeavor, non-profit group, or as an advocate for a cause?
Recently I had made a pledge to myself to write articles when I had the time for worthy causes. In doing so someone wrote me an email thanking me; the articles I wrote were simple and they were to help the awareness for Autism. So, I replied back to the gentleman with an Autistic Child;
?Well, I hope they are good enough (probably not but as I learn more they will get better you watch!), but either way it is a necessary thing to get people talking and keep up the awareness, we need not ditch our children because we fail to address such important issues. After all if the Mantra really is; "No Child Left Behind" well then lets figure out a way to live up to that standard and thus walk the talk. We may have to get creative to solve the problems operating within the current norm of society, school systems and
public perception, but with a little give all the way around this can happen.?
You see in writing these articles and doing a little more self-induced research on the Internet I have come to the conclusion that well; I know there is a solution to this Autism Issue, which is best for all concerned, I think writing articles makes sense and is one thing to do to stay on the right track; Awareness is a big key of course, but also low-cost simple duplicatable programs to take across the country. I know the father of the Autistic Child is thinking about his child, but let's think bigger on this; Nationwide, World Wide, it could be a very good thing indeed. I would invite my fellow writers to each write one article this week for a worthy cause. So consider this in 2006.