Many times we believe that we have to be loud or show violence for people to hear us.
We want to spread our message quickly and powerfully.
But people do not need to be loud, violent, "important" or skilled at speaking.
They only need to act.
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
Gandhi's saying encourages people to show their message through the ways they act.
Helping and respecting people with disabilities in your community is an example.
You may not have to say anything.
Instead, your actions have shown how you believe people should act.
That is all for today's hodgepodge!
We hope that we have inspired you to be the change you want to see in the world!
And we are happy to see that Thy is also hoping to change the world!
"I have listened to the program 'World AIDS Day: Leadership.'
I feel sad for the people who have this disease.
When I grow up, I will join an organization to help them and to help change others' attitudes towards HIV and AIDS.
In my country, we have some organizations but I want to help all the victims in the world."
We encourage you in your goal to help people with HIV, Thy.
Changing attitudes is very difficult.
But it is also very important!
People in every country need help in this area.
We hope that you can be a leader in your community.
We are excited to see how you become the change you want to see in your community!
That is all for today's listener Mail Program.
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And remember, like Gandhi said: You must be the change you want to see in the world!