Day 65

Over the past few weeks, I've started running out of words. (Anyone who knows me knows just how significant this is.) So today, I have a question for you: What are you interested in reading about? Slavery facts and statistics? Rescue stories? Thoughts about books I'm reading? Random things from my brain?

Also, I want to take a minute and remind you about the comments section (you can leave your answers to the above question there). It's a place for you to leave your thoughts, ask questions, and answer questions. If you'd prefer, you can also do that on Facebook and Twitter. A few of you have done this, and to you I say, thanks! When blogs are monologues, things seem to get a little boring. I'm working on my part content-wise (I know that it hasn't been the best that it can be), but will you jump in and join the conversation?

There is no one solution to an issue like human trafficking, and that's why dialogue is so important. Solutions to the problem are just as diverse as those who get involved. You have a voice, you have influence. Please, don't wait for someone to do something about it someday. As Zach Hunter has said, "You are the someone. Today is the day." You have an opportunity to change things. Will you?