Author Elie Wiesel tells the story of the one righteous man of Sodom, who walked the streets protesting against the injustice of this city.
People made fun of him, derided him. Finally, a young person asked: “Why do you continue your protest against evil; can’t you see no one
is paying attention to you?” He answered, “I’ll tell you why I continue. In the beginning I thought I would change people. Today, I know I
cannot. Yet, if I continue my protest, at least I will prevent others from changing me.”
Author of Redneck Buddhism: or Will You Reincarnate as Your Own Cousin?