Change for Justice

Adrian S. Potter
4 min readMar 15, 2024

With your hands, tongue, and heart.

Photo by Maria Thalassinou on Unsplash

The Secondhand Inspiration Project begins with a motivational quote and ventures wherever the creative path meanders.

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh is an author, activist, and entrepreneur. She is best known as the founder of, a platform dedicated to empowering Muslim women and challenging stereotypes.

Al-Khatahtbeh has been an advocate for Muslim representation in media and has spoken out against Islamophobia and discrimination. Her work focuses on issues of identity, feminism, and social justice, and she has gained recognition for her contributions to promoting diversity and inclusion.

Al-Khatahtbeh’s writing has been featured in various publications, and she has spoken at numerous conferences and events worldwide. She continues to be a leading voice in the Muslim community, inspiring others through her activism and leadership. Her quote -

“My Islamic faith taught me that if you can’t change something with your hands, change it with your tongue, and if you can’t change it with your tongue, then desire to change it in your heart.”

- promotes taking action against injustice or wrongdoing in various forms. Let’s break…



Adrian S. Potter

Antisocial Extrovert · Writer and Poet, Engineer, Consultant, Public Speaker · Writing about self-improvement, gratitude, and creativity ·