This story isn't about some kid fighting for a religious or political ideology. It's a story about an eight year old hero who's fighting for his life against a rare form of cancer.
Corey Pirotta has had cancer since he was three years old. The fact that he got this far against a very powerful enemy is a testimony to his desire to live.
I was at the fund raising event last night and it warms my heart to see how communities in Brampton came together for this brave boy. All the entertainment was for free. Over a hundred door prizes were donated by sponsors. At least, 200 buffet tickets were sold along with hundreds of raffle tickets.
Without a doubt, the biggest battles that mankind should be fighting are against pollution, ignorance, poverty and disease. These are the wars that unite us in a common struggle.