It’s Hard To Watch, Election Day

It’s a hard watch to find out what’s next. It’s 2020 Election Day, and the efforts are uncertain. I can say this year was my first time voting. In order to vote, you must register to vote. I believe registering is the key to the election, if not then, how does one vote and everyone yelling at each other on social media to go vote. I voted early, November 1st, on a rainy day in New York City.

I am just awaiting the results to see what’s next in the world, and who may be our president for the next 4 years. As I have stated, it’s so hard to watch.

Signing off,


A Day Before The Election: One Voice equals One Vote

Official photographic portrait of US President...
Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Well it’s a day before the election or election day as we know it and I have odd thoughts on the outcome.  I feel there is a victory coming for a particular person, but I can’t help think of the changes really need for my the nation, and how greatly it will impact my life in the next 4 years.

I am not quite a socially active in speaking too much my views and expectations on who shall lead the country in which I am part of, but I do who is what needed to be learned and practiced by the people within it to help themselves and allow the president to aim them more to success and longevity within their health, economics, education and social innovation & independence of self.

No one really wants someone to dictate what they should and should not do, or what it is we need or want, so it’s important for us to let our individual voices be heard, and be pro active in the terms of getting what we need accomplished.  No matter who it may be, there is a helping hand out there somewhere, but it shall assist us best when we are already climbing and building a structure to where it is we want to go, not where we should be leaded onto.

English: Ballot Box showing preferential voting
English: Ballot Box showing preferential voting (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So having the right to vote, and be able to join in with others to let our voices be heard is a powerful right and privilege in which we should all use.  For even if we don’t vote physically as a mechanism to elect a new president, our voice is a vote in the right direction of a new and better life, in which others should hear and can listen to, in which they may want to contribute to and help create its structure into its completion.

So open your mouth and VOTE with your VOICE, and let your voice be heard.

Are you voting?  Do you believe you individual voice matter?  What is it that you believe in that others might believe in that would make a difference in their life?

Thanks for reading, and be kind and share your views, opinions and thoughts…
Richardo Wilson