I just returned from a local "relay for life" cancer charity walk. This was the first one I have ever attended and the ceremony was very moving and powerful. We as humans will fight battles over things as simple as semantics. So much time is dedicated to causes that have no true significance. Hundreds of millions of dollars are fueled into campaigns--much of it for selfish reasons. Wars are fought across the globe over money, pride, and ego. While all of this happens, millions of mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters are falling victim to an evil far more powerful than any human. I lost a family member to cancer and I felt frustrated that there was so little that could be done. In a perfect world, all people would be able to put there differences aside and come together to work against evils like diseases and poverty. I know this is not that world. But take a moment to yourself and ask what you can do to help those who are sick. You do not have to fight cancer, there are all kinds of illness that need attention. Love and support are the most powerful weapons that we have against incurable diseases; find a way to pass your love on to those who need it most.