We all bear the weight of humanitarian work. Often times we think of humanitarian efforts as a large-scale operation of charity. It’s without question that these efforts are needed, and symbolize great devotion, but so much gets lost in the process.

For instance, everyone in the world needs personal interaction with another. Through large humanitarian efforts, people are just numbers, and although that number gets reached, it’s hard to inspire.

Inspiration to do more, and learn about all the things we’re capable of achieving is much greater than a handout. I believe there’s a desire within that makes us all want to be able to stand on our own two feet, and help another person in need. There’s no greater joy in the world, than the joy generated by giving. So let our gift to others, be the gift of empowering our fellow-man, especially if you’re a person who’s been blessed enough to acquire some understanding about human life.

Share your knowledge; help people achieve true freedom. It’s a reason why there’s an inserted effort to keep some in the dark and co-dependent on another. This state of existing, leaves so many forever an indentured servant, while the minority capitalizes off the labor.

Acting in a humane manner is marked by an emphasis on humanistic values and concerns; the main concern should be our education. When it’s all said and done, I believe the only thing that will amount to anything, is our treatment of one another. This is what we should be held accountable for. Empowering others can be considered the act of helping someone who has been crippled, stand and walk on their own.

If you’re a person reading this, who feels less confident about your capabilities, just know that God is with you, and gives you the ability to accomplish what you desire. He’s placed that desire in you, and will see you through. You never have to feel like a lower-class citizen; being a child of God makes you High Class!

Let everyone bear the weight of being a Humanitarian, it starts with the man beside you.

With all my heart,



About Clayton Reid Jones

Who is Clayton Jones? A father, son, friend, a child of God who believes in universal love. He believes truth is the medicine that we should apply to the wounds; that truth is derived from love ...and love is the only way we can heal.
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One Response to Humane

  1. Teaching men to fish, Mr. Jones! I like!

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