A Letter to NYCC (formerly ACORN)

The following is a reprint of Mr. Arvay’s letter to NYCC.

To:  info@nycommunities.org

New York Communities for Change

(formerly ACORN)

 

To all who work for NYCC:

There are those who love the light and seek it out.

There are those who hate the light and seek the darkness.

There are those who do what is good and right, and shout it from the roof tops.

There are those who do what they know is wrong, and seek to hide it in the closet.

Speaking the truth means that you never have to remember what you said, nor to whom.

For others, life is a constant struggle to keep the story straight for as long as possible.

A hundred years from now, no one will remember you, or what you did.

But you will carry the consequences of your falsehood with you into eternity.

There is still time to change your ways, to become a child of the light.

Just do it.

—Robert Arvay

robertarvay@msn.com

One thought on “A Letter to NYCC (formerly ACORN)

  1. No matter what name is used for this group, it is still the same as it always has been and, most likely, always will be. The author has touched the significance of honest and truthful relations with humanity. As Robert made it very clear: "A hundred years from now, no one will remember you, or what you did. But you will carry the consequences of your falsehood with you into eternity. There is still time to change your ways, to become a child of the light. Just do it." What goes around comes around.

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