Make Life a Little Easier for Someone
What if Everyone...
...that had a home opened there front door and let a homeless person in?
...who had extra food gave it to someone who had little to none?
...with a viable skill or trade taught someone else how to do it in-order to survive and thrive?
...that knew how to dance gave free lessons and put on a benefit performance to help a local charity?
...who witnessed abuse said something or did something to stop it?
...that knew how to grow food taught others how to so they could feed themselves, their families and communities?
...who had a musical gift taught and mentored others who wouldn't normally have a chance to sing or play an instrument?
...that could sculpt, paint, or draw taught someone else how to tap into their creative side?
...with more than enough clothes donated them to a local charity instead of throwing them away?
...that could read taught someone else how to and donated used books to those without any?
...who provided a service like plumbing swapped services with contractors or did some free jobs now and then for the less fortunate?
...that wanted to downsize gave there extra furniture and belongings to a single parent or family just starting out?
...that had a snow shovel and decided to clear the snow off their neighbor’s sidewalk and driveway?
...respected and cared for one another as a friend?
...took care of the air we all breathe?
...planted a tree?
...grew flowers coaxing bees and butterflies to their gardens to pollinate?
...protected defenseless and endangered animals?
A Better Place to LIVE
Just imagine if each one of us made a point of doing something positive everyday. We all might be living in a much better world. Try making a difference not only in your own life but in those around you and the planet we all share. Get started now by making a list of your own; What if I...?
- Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America is a non-profit human service organization that helps more than 2 million people in over 400 communities in 46 states and the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Since 1896, we have supported and empowered America's most vuln
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© 2011 Laura Ross