There is danger in taking action AND there are definite dangers of inaction.
People Who Don't Fight For Their Rights And Freedom Loose Them.
The key is to find ways to assert ourselves in attractive, appealing ways that minimize acrimony.
Preserve rights and freedoms without making enemies unnecessarily.
The truth always inevitably comes out. We decide what side of it we want to be on when it does. Here are three steps to dealing with moral dilemmas, ask yourself :
1. What's the Right thing to do?
2. What will happen if we don't act?
3. What's the best possible solution for everyone involved?
Decide What you're going to do, When and With Whom. Then it's just a matter of execution.
Remember Why You're Taking Action. Sometimes it's just a gnawing feeling in your gut that you have to do something, and that's often enough. Good goals are valid reasons for taking action.
We're all called to defend our lines and position from time to time. When we don't, we loose them. When we don't stand up for what's right regularly, we forget how.
It's easy to become down trodden and corrupt. Don't let that happen. Be guided by goodness, live and act by only the very highest and best values.
See the Gold Fish Test posting. Choose actions you can be proud of. Decide what you're going to do and then find ways to enjoy it!