This post isn't about Fibromyalgia, or chronic pain, but what it is about, is showing that love is bigger than hate. That if someone is *different*, that it's ok. That it is not ok to judge, ridicule, or be plain mean to someone due to them being *different*. All of us that have Fibro, or another chronic pain/fatigue illness know what that feels like. Every single person on my blog and facebook page has been made to feel bad by someone else at least once, because we're *different* and the normals just can't seem to get it.
I'm sure you all remember reading about that poor 14-year old autistic boy that a group of kids played a prank on with the ALS challenge. This poor kid thought he was taking the ice bucket challenge but a group of mean kids thought it'd be funny to really dump a bucket of urine and feces on him instead. When I read about this, I was astonished at the cruelty that was displayed to this poor boy. I was also amazed at his strength and courage to stand up and talk about the incident.
Most of the time when we read or hear about something bad happening, we're just a bystander. We idly sit by and think how outraged we are at the particular incident but we don't do anything about it. Most of the time, we don't know what we can do. This time, someone is doing something though to show this brave boy and his family that love is bigger than hate. GiveForward has started a fundraiser for this boy and his family, so that they can see that love is bigger than hate.
I challenge all of my readers to not sit idly by. Make a difference in this poor boys life. Please consider donating to this fundraiser by clicking the link. If you can't donate, then share this post on all of your social media networks. Don't fall into the bystander trap. All of us know what it feels like to be ridiculed. Let's show this family how our Fibro family can send a wave across the whole world!