I believe we all have a purpose in this life. I look at our children and see what the future could bring. I feel everyone has a right to their feelings and those should always be validated. Even if we do not always understand the "why" someone feels the way they do (i.e. an individual who tells their family they are gay or transgender) who are we to tell them they are wrong? I believe everyone has a right to be truly happy, and if that means someone dresses differently or has a different view or belief, why should they be shunned or made fun of? It is not our right to judge another individual. Human kindness is to lift the spirit of others, regardless of how young they may be or how old they maybe, if they are male, female, gay, lesbian, transgender, it does not matter. Strip all that away and we are all the same, we have feelings that need validation, fears that need to be soothed and a need to feel accepted and not judged.