Joining Efforts for a Better World with H.O.W.
How can we join efforts for a cause? The cause of a call to join efforts in behalf of the promotion of social justice, and to end human rights abuse.
Bill Holland a Hub Pages (an on-line space to share advices, reviews, useful tips, opinions and insights with hundreds of authors ) member is recruiting writers that are willing and able to join the group named H.O.W. (Humanity One World) in order to compel efforts of compassion movements and movements of empathy toward the promotion of social justice, and to end human rights abuse by spreading the idea of offering our talents for this cause.
How can we join efforts for a better world with H.O.W.?
Everyone of us came to this world by birth with talents. Talents are to be used in order to live a productive life by making a living joyfully. Everyone of us is good at doing something. We are to this world like the members of our body. That is what H.O.W. is after for the purpose of a better world. If you are a writer, a musician, a painter, a dancer, an athlete, a designer, an illustrator, a singer...whatever you do best or feel fulfillment for the success that your talent provides; with it is that you can join the movement of compassion and empathy toward the promotion of social justice and to end human rights abuse.
This whole idea of Billy reminds me of the Bible verse:Ephesians 4:16 "from whom the whole body, being fitted and held together by what every joint supplies, according to the proper working of each individual part, causes the growth of the body for the building up of itself in love."
I know this world is going "wacky".... but, we can make a difference. I do not watch T.V.; I listen to the radio and read news. We have rights and we can not let them go!
Many writers have responded to this call. My husband, Froggy213, is one of the many. What can you do? I hope this idea warms your heart and that you share this information with others; spread the word and become part of the change this world is crying out loud for.
We were already after the purpose in different ways. That is the reason this movement is having a rapid response. When I wrote "How Is "Someone Ate My Cheese Applied", this cause was my purpose making my own individual effort. Now I feel this deep joy, because I know that none of us are alone.
What are the main offensive behaviors?
Verbal or physical, sexual nature, approach uninvited or unwelcome
Threatening of physical damage
Habitual cruelty to others that seem weaker
A group 'gang up" to force an individual out of the work place by general harassment
Restraining or dominating by force to gain something
Corrupt practice to a child such as: physical, sexual or emotional maltreatment or neglect
Intentional, or neglect act that cause harm to an older person
Absences of family social characteristics; sustainable figures, positive role modals, inadequate discipline.and unconditional love
Use your talents and join to stop offensive behaviors
When a person causes someone to feel hurt, angry, or upset it is known as offensive behavior.
What can you do to stop others offending?
- Write: letters, articles, poems causing awareness
- Join groups with the same cause
- Commit helping offended people
- Learn causes and effects of offensive behaviors
- Engage your community to a better world
Isn't the list above sad, terrorizing and incomplete? Yes, we all know it, please be part of this effort. Praying is needed (it is a talent that everyone has), this is an emergency call do what you can do to "STOP" for H.O.W.
Galatians 6:9 says: "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up."
Blessings to all!
© Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill
We are the world
© 2012 Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill
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