There’s a possibility that an office at USFSP would like me to write a paper on accessibility. This matters greatly to me, that the university considers accessibility a matter to be taken seriously.
Too many organizations do not view accessibility problems as something that they really have to target. Therefore, if you look at it, more corporations are using persons with disabilities but they don’t really think about the accessibility issues.
Today, I wrote down some thoughts and brief paragraph on my story, you can see it here.
But I also hooked this up to Facebook, because I understand some friends have problems leaving replies on my blog.
I love to write stories that are thought-provoking. Here, I am starting a new story, “In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream”
My goal is to write a story in which people really consider other possibilities, alternative options, new avenues to explore in solving problems not only in and for yourself, but for society as well.
I want people to look within themselves and look what society is doing so that they not only question for themselves, but for, as a whole, we question everything.
We should not accept what is handed to us blindly. My thinking is that if we don’t question it, we’re not giving ourselves the opportunity to examine the real causes and effects of our actions. Everything we do will affect us in some way.