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With all of our daily struggles in life, it is rare that we sit down and think about people that may have more problems in life than we do. Whether you think about it or not, there are children all over the world who do not have certain things in life that most of us consider basic necessities. If you are interested in making change now, then take note of child sensation Bilaal Rajan. Bilaal Rajan is 13 years old, and will lead his second annual Barefoot campaign for world change on International Children's Day June 1, 2010. Bilaal will go barefoot for the entire day, and he is encouraging everyone else to do the same. He wants to bring light to the fact that many children across the world do not have shoes or education opportunities either. He would like children in school to ask their teachers to allow them to go barefoot, and he is encouraging adults to shed their shoes at work too. I think that this is a wonderful idea, and I hope that all of my readers take part in this. I certainly will. You should also check out his book Making Change: Tips from an Underage Overachiever. Bilaal proves that age is no object when people put their minds to making change. Get involved today!