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Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to raise my voice even though I feel uncomfortable and it’s easier to stay silent. I promise to ask tough questions of our leaders, whether at school, work, or government. I promise to change the thought “well, it’s not my place to say…” into “well, what do you think might be the long-term consequences of this decision…”

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