Thursday, April 14, 2005

I made the world a better place today, did you? 

When you woke up today, what did you want to accomplish? Did you succeed?

Yet again, this is a thought inspired by Mitch. In Live Generously , Mitch writes about the notion of creating value for others day in and day out. That is powerful.

Some people do this ALWAYS. Some people do this NEVER. Some people do this by accident. I want to be someone who does this ON PURPOSE.

I commit to doing something wholly SELFLESS daily. Can you imagine if the entire population did this? Half? One tenth? Just YOU and ME? What an impact we will have.

As simple as opening the door for someone, as complex as donating a kidney. You decide.

April 17th to 23rd is Volunteer Action Week. If you aren't prepared to do something everyday, do something, once. Help someone.

Need to find a place to volunteer? Try The Montreal Volunteer Bureau or call your local CLSC:

"The CLSC RenĂ©-Cassin boasts 165 volunteers who contribute nearly 5,000 hours a year by volunteering for challenging and rewarding work in a dynamic atmosphere. The CLSC has jobs to fit everyone’s needs. For an appointment, please call Ricki
Goldstein, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at (514) 488-3673, local 351 or Marie-Berthe Lefrancois, Assistant Coordinator, local 354. Give back to your community. You will be glad you did."
(If you speak to Ricki, tell her I sent you).

By the way, when I woke up this morning, I decided to write this. Help me change the world. Commit one act of Living Generously today.
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