Most of us see things that need to change but we don't know how to go about it. As we walk down the Istiklal Avenue, we see kids selling tissues to survive in the midst of dangerous streets. Some of us stop and give them a few coins, others are even scared to reach for their wallets as it could be a trap to pickpocket. We see garbage dumped in the side alleys of the city, we say to ourselves 'we will become civilized when we stop littering.' We see cars driving regardless of the red light, we say 'no wonder there are so many accidents!' We sometimes forget to show respect to each other as we need to rush to work, meet a deadline or pick up our kids from school. In the end, we are just trying to survive in this deadly fast environment, aren't we? Yes, but what do we really miss?
We care less. Or we care but we don't do much thinking about how we can solve these on-going problems… There are really few people who care and act on them. This minority group is courageous yet determined to execute a detailed plan, raise awareness in the community and change lives of a few less fortunate and maybe the society at large in the long run. They believe in change and they know that the best way to change people is to educate them.