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I think one of the most important things anybody can do is to stay away from fear based reactions. I believe in the what you put uot to the universe you get back from the universe mentality. So if all you do is put out fear then that's all you are going to get back. And its amazingly simple to slip into that fear based place but it's also incredibly easy to stay out of it. As an individual I can stay out of that place but I can also help to pull others out of that place. Concentrate on the good in life and what you have to be grateful for and soon enough that's what you focus on. About to lose your house...haven't lost it yet have you so right here and right now you have a safe warm haven. Don't know where the money is coming from to pay the bills...well right now right here in this moment are you alright? It's the living in the moment that truly counts. you can't spend all your time worrying about what may or may not happen a year, month, week, or even day or minute down the road. This philosophy is something I learned while trying to overcome an anxiety disorder and I applied to everything in my life. It has helped more than you could imagine. And not only has it helped me but also my family and friends. Because at the end of the day isn't it nicer to go to bed enjoying your comfy bed than worrying that somewhere down the line you might not be in it?
I see myself helping families. The best way I can determine to help children, is to respect and strengthen their family lives. I have a need to feed people. I'm trying to start a "dinner club" so families can sit down to dinner together more often. I have a lot of grandmother-type skills and I'd like to help children feel that satisfaction and self confidence that my grandmother and great aunt gave me by teaching me to sew, garden, cook, et al. If I can help here, in my own little corner, then I can follow my heart to the border and help feed the children without families.
There is no us and them, only me and we... We are so interdependent and connected, yet often, so distant and disconnected. ....