What's the difference between ignorance and indifference?
I don't know and I don't care.
…do you value your privacy?
Quite frankly, there are things that I love that I don't want anyone to know about. I don't want you to know how I dance to Katy Perry's music. Or how I cry when I sing along to “The One That Got Away” with her. Or how she lights up my heart with “Firework.”
It's none of your business.
But the NSA wants to know. They want to know everything. This isn't right. I don't want to be spied on. I want to be free. Free to express myself. Free to express my art. Free to live my life.
From first hand experience, I know how painful it is to have others observe you with a judgmental eye. And if your actions, style, voice and art are a bit too different from their personal preferences, ridicule follows. And it hurts. It is a hurt that kills creativity. A hurt that wounds an artistic soul.
On February 11th, there is a movement. A movement to let our voices be heard. Let congress know that the NSA has went to far. If you care about freedom, add your voice. If enough of us speak from our hearts, they can't ignore us.
Visit TheDayWeFightBack.org for more information on how to take action.