To change something, we need to take action.
I live in a five-story house on the fifth floor. I have a wonderful view from the window — I see the big river Amur and blue fells. I can meet the sunset and sunrise on my balcony. I have fresh breath because I live near the river, but not far from a road.
There are two-story houses around my house. In 2013, these houses hit by floods and since this time they become empty because people leave them.
The architecture of my town is disfigured by people who love to build ugly multistory single buildings with cheap stuff.
Recently I noticed an announcement on a front door. One woman wants to get a license to build a single multistore living building opposite my house.
I am against it and I want to do all my best to prevent it. How? I am going to create a website about urban studies and laws for householders to tell them why single multistore buildings are bad. Then I'll make an announcement with a short description of this site and call to action to prevent this building too.
A convocation for householders will be in administration on the 5th of March, where we will decide to allow or not this building.
I'm sure that nobody comes. So, I hope that I can make people change and arouse interest in the situation.
When I imagine the 5 of the March, my desire disappears, because I need to get out of the comfort zone and take action.
Why is taking actions so hard sometimes? Maybe, didn't I used to take action to change something in my life?