How The Big Bulky Bikers Are Helping to Make the World a Better Place
You see a group of riders out from your window and your immediate reaction is to close all doors because these guys look like trouble. However, much like the famous saying goes, “don’t judge a book by its cover”, you should avoid doing so. Though we have heard this saying over and over, there are several instances when you must have judged people by how they look or how they talk. This is the basic example of stereotype and even though they have an effect on your judgement, you may want to break the rule because there is a reason why these sayings exist. The truth is that though people come from different backgrounds, cultures and religions, what connects us all together is humanity and kindness.
So, we were talking about bikers before I started to go on about the famous phrase we all keep forgetting. The fact is that the first thing that comes to your mind when you see large men with leather jackets and earrings is that they will harm us. Thankfully, one group, called the BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) is successfully changing this view. Though they look tough and rugged, talking to them a little will tell you that they have a loving, gentle and kind nature. The mission of this group is to help abused children in any way that they can. Watch this video and you’ll find out exactly what they represent.
As you can see in the video, these four bikers named Badd Bob, Hammer, Blade and Doc P talk about their passion for kids and how their organization came into being. The objective of this bikers group is a lot more than you can ask for. These bikers don’t just provide protection to the child but also accompany them to courtrooms, where it may be difficult for a child to testify because he or she has no relatives backing them up. In a world so glum and depressing, these bikers feel like a breath of fresh air who act like guardian angels to the children. If you want to look at what the group does in detail, you can visit their page at www.bacaworld.org.
So instead of judging people for the way they look or talk, remember to look in deep and know what the person is really all about.