Yes, I truly believe that.
I would have never imagined that the "One Person" would be me.
I have a child.
I never anticipated the things you do as a parent for your kid that can take you so far out of your comfort zone.
It is what a parent does.
If I am not an example for my kid - who would replace me as that example?
My son is now 14 years old.
He does not understand why I am doing what I am doing.
That is the difference between a child and an adult.
My hope is that as he grows up that he will learn to not fear to be different and to not doubt what he feels in his heart to be right and to be kind and
considerate to others in his efforts to simply be himself.
I want him to know that he can also be the "One Person" if need be.
Here I am on the sidewalk each morning waving and smiling to anyone who makes eye contact with me and even to those who do not.