Media World

On the television screen I saw a world where prejudice was rarely seen. Where women and men were equals, where personal identity was often respected. Kindness was always there, for the CEO struggling with his mental health, right down to the homeless person that just needed compassion and got it. People came together to do what’s right. Values and strength of character absolute. Somewhere that did show the worst of humanity. However, equally the best of us wasn’t just on display but shone so brightly. People were respected for their mind and not being themselves was never even a question. I saw a dark world in both the real and fictional ones but the one on TV did give me hope. When I found my friendships and began to understand the real world it was really hard. It was like the world had become so much harsher and darker overnight. I miss the world I used to see, but I am looking for it, this time in the real world. I don’t want to see it on television anymore but actually get to see that one day humanity will get to live it. All my best and love Ross www.mylifeautistic.com Words – Ross Fraser Graphic Design App – Canva #NewLifeAutistic

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