Imagine, if you will, you are sitting in a very crowd bus, subway, or whatever public transportation. At one stop, a group of elders walk in. It is obvious that it is time for youths to devote their sits to these elders. But all the sudden, everyone, every single one in the bus twists his head, looks outside the window, and pretends it is not his business. You are one of them, and you are struggling. Because you know morally, ethically you should stand up and let elder sit down. Ok, finally, your moral wins; you stand up and ask one elder to sit down. It makes you feel good, since you did the right thing. However, when you turn your head around and realize that there are still a lot of elders standing stilly, and there are still a lot of youths sitting stilly. You regret what you have done, because it makes you so different with other youth, makes you a freak among youths. And you are too afraid, too lazy, too embarrassed to act, to ask other people to move. Because you assume that nobody would listen, you lost your faith. And what you do is let it go, walk out the bus to make yourself relieve from that serious and stressful atmosphere. This kind of thing keeps happening and happening. Can’t you imagine a picture that an old man standing in a bus with his hand on baluster and everyone looks outside the window, remaining sitting tight? In America, there is the 1st Amendment supporting people to take actions; constitution of United States allows people to take actions, as a human, we have the power to take actions, but why don’t we? Because our human entity, human nature, humanity, human society, human community force us to make the choice that is disobeying what we truly want to do.
In America, people have the right to take actions. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of...