Chris Humphrey gives us some words of wisdom in his response to "the Davos Question." If you don't know what that means, Davos is some town in Switzerland where really important people like Cher and Donald Trump meet to try to solve the world's problems or something. (Let's not get into that right now, it isn't what this blog is about really.) But anyways, here are some of the highlights of Chris' statement:
"Start treating people's lives as something precious and irreplaceable. It's that simple,...and everything else follows from it: (1.) Protecting the environment, so that we, and everyone else can live in a world that is green and beautiful. (2.) Helping to stop disease in all of it's forms, so people can live happy and healthy lives. (3.) Helping to end war, and the bigotry and greed that leads to it; and realizing that no war is worth the cost..."
In yet another video (pictured below), Chris Humphrey responds to hater criticism about his appearance by draping himself in a burkha: