Every day at every hour of every moment and every minute down to the second, human beings are bombarded from the sounds of life emanating from the world. Be it through the internet, or billboard. Just how many are really paying attention to the voices that are posted in, near or around communities.
Billboards. Are they randomly advertising a human need or insulting communities? That is quite an investment to suggest to motor vehicle travelers; should you choose to drive a car at all and pedestrians to see. There are voices in the form of billboards. There are voices that are suggesting more than just car insurance or healthcare on the highways. Is your community near an interstate, rural or suburban area and city where billboards are conveniently located? What does it say? Or, what do you believe it means? It's okay to read in to it. There is meaning in every word people speak right down to the letter. What about the intention?
I’ll suggest to you that it’s time to write a love letter to leaders in the communities. It's not a protest. Just a letter which says, I love and appreciate my neighborhood yet I dislike and disown the behaviors that may not be able to do anything about or the disparaging remarks cascading above my head at highway markers on billboards that suggest poverty or illiteracy up ahead. And to think, some of them are digital billboards like power point presentations. You can’t stop your car to see it transition, yet it’s timed just enough to see what it says.
There is observation in every township and it is obvious that the random voices on some bill boards simply are not appealing to the brighter side to life and humanity. Are they telling the truth or sending a message? Maybe they are. If there were billboards that say, “Your Life Matters”, wouldn’t it make a huge difference in the world? It’s psychological and economic programming of the mind. Say it. Now, try saying it with love. Here's our billboard.
May 2015 Is Mental Health Awareness Month