This is beautiful! Thank you for posting it. When we return our societies to being rooted in our Love for one another and all living beings instead of our fear of lack, or need/desire for money then peace will come about as naturally as we breathe in after breathing out.
For now I am unable to get out anywhere and volunteer but I look forward to a time when I will again be able to do so. I love reading about how many people are taking such positive steps toward creating a better world for all. Thank you for all that you do-the light ripples out into the world colliding with others shining to create amazing rainbows around us all:-)
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”
Today was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. Fifty years ago, Dr. King received the Nobel Peace Prize. Peace was on the minds of many today, as the United States (like many countries in this hemisphere, including Jamaica) struggles with the problem of crime and violence. But I want to focus on Dr. King’s strong emphasis on service to others – something that might just be an important component in fostering peace. The focus of the U.S. holiday now is “A Day On, Not a Day Off.” In other words, to recognize the day not by sleeping in, watching TV on the couch or hanging out with friends – all pleasant occupations, of course. The idea is to honor Dr. King through service to one’s community of fellow human beings. To quote the U.S. Corporation for National…
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