You may think that meeting the "right " people are the people with privilege and power. You could meet people with money, people who are politicians, movie stars or sports figures and even be related to them. However to "write" about these "right" people that knowing them may impress you, is overlooking the truly "right" people in your life. Knowing the "right " people in your life are standing "right " in front of you or were the "right " people standing by you in the past. Knowing the "right " people were and are the first people in your life: your mom, dad, grandma,grandpa, uncles, aunts, brothers and sisters. When these people taught you about what is "good and just" , they are and were the "right" people in your life. You can be impressed by these "right " people. There are also the "right " people that "set things right". It maybe that judge and court system , the symbols of justice, that "set things right". It may be that person that when they see a 'wrong" , sets things "right". To meet the "right" people means that you have met people that are and were "good and just". I have been fortunate to meet these "right " people in my life. I was telling my son that I realized I was so fortunate to meet the "right " people in my life. My son said that I have made the "right choices " in meeting them. So, when you think meeting the "right " people ,they may not be the people of power and privilege . The right people are standing "right " in front of you when you look at your parents ,family, and friends. The "right" people are the people that want to set things "right". The "right " people are the people that stand for justice in your life.
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