Raise Your VoiceApril 22, 2015

“Young people don't always do what they're told, but if they can pull it off and do something wonderful, sometimes they escape punishment.”

- Rick Riordan

In case you haven't been up to date with recent events, then you must know that National Youth Week went underway. If you belong to the young populace, then this is the time to let your voice be heard.

There's nothing to be embarrassed if you want to enjoy the moment, but let's not forget the objectives of this event. National Youth Week commenced on the 10th, and it would end on the 19th. You can do something and still make your presence felt, even if you miss it out. Here are some suggestions:

Social media must be special this time around. We rather be personal about our posts. We like to keep it trivial. We want to amuse ourselves, as well as those whom we keep in touch. On this occasion, invite your (young) mates and talk about an important mater. Not the university, but a certain topic that made the headlines. It must be relevant to you, so you can chat about it. This online discussion must not make someone uneasy. It's a good start, which you may work on later.

How about volunteering? You want to commit to a certain cause because you've been selfish. And you're not thinking about your mates, even if you see them a bit too often. This might be a momentous event, which we don't want to give too much importance. This is the right way to do it, as you want it to be someone else. You want to help. Nothing could be more special than that.

Fun, fun, fun. No one would want a serious affair. There's nothing wrong about it, as there can be many ways of doing it. Perhaps we can invite disabled children on a game of rugby. They may fancy being spectators in backyard cricket. Better yet, why not visit them and organise some games. It would be nice, as it was like setting yourself aside for them.

Time to be part of the greater scheme of things. Maybe it won't be a bad idea to join the activities highlighting National Youth Week. You might have a kin or a good mate who is a part of it. More good memories, without a doubt. You can also meet new people. (Keep in mind that a larger social circle is always a good thing.) Whether you know someone or not, participating in such an event will be beneficial to you. There are lots of reasons, which are too obvious to enumerate.

It's better late than never to be a part of this event. No need for explanation.

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