The children of this world are precious and should be allowed to express their innocence and explore without fear.
Unfortunately, we live in a cruel and unforgiving world that often preys on the innocent and shatters lives that should instead be treasured.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and women from all over have shared their stories of abuse. The resounding word that emanates from the recounts of each of the women is fear.
Fear is what trapped them in an abusive relationship and kept them from reaching out for help or escaping. Abuse is one of the most horrific experiences that can be encountered so imagine what it must be like for a child; a small being with a voice that is rarely heard without an adult as the vessel.
Child abuse, though repulsive, is prevalent and its awareness is crucial to save beloved lives.
Not In My World is a non-profit informational resource run by a small group of people to bring a huge voice for our children. They continuously bring awareness about child abuse via real stories and cases as well as providing families with resources on things like parenting, anger management, and stress relief to make this world a better place for children.
Not In My World makes an attempt to break through the fear that cripples, simply by providing words that heal. They are not a huge charity or organization, at least not yet. They are a group of people that started off as a circle of friends on Google+ that shared the same passion to speak up against child abuse.
For this reason, Not In My World deserves high recognition for their tremendous efforts to save children from violence.
To all of you behind Not In My World,
You are highly appreciated!!
Words cannot express how phenomenal it is to have people like you advocate for those who cannot do so for themselves.
Throughout history, it has been the INACTION of those who could have acted; the INDIFFERENCE of those who should have known better; the SILENCE of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it POSSIBLE for evil to triumph.”
~ Emperor Haile Selassie ~