Reflections

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  1. Emily

    I can’t just think of one contribution to the world or my community. I can think of at least three. I like to crochet. I contribute to the world by crocheting for charity. I like to knit. I contribute to the world by knitting for charity. I also work as Community Health Worker. I contribute to the world by providing care to the elderly.

    1 year ago
  2. Trinity

    It needs to be my kids. Modeling the correct character in life, they can pass that on. There’s so many ways I can serve others. I just lost my son two months ago. I have a long way to go. I will get there and I will make a difference.

    1 year ago
  3. Maeve

    Creating beauty where I live: inside and especially, creating gardens in every one of the many rental place I have lived in the past 10 years.

    Teaching children for the past 40 plus years, with all my energy and affection, my determination for them to succeed, my love for books and nature, and my sense of humor. They have contributed to me in more ways than I probably realize, and I hope that I have contributed to them as well.

    1 year ago
  4. Malag

    Humour. I can raise a smile.

    1 year ago
  5. Cathie

    Well, covid had put a dent into assisting those in the greater community who need help, but I offer to tutor folks – usually children, sometimes adults – who cannot read, or struggle with reading, and for my “family community”, I am assisting my mother who can no longer do everything she needs just to survive on her own.

    1 year ago
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    sb

    I am a school teacher and I have always strived to not only educate “my” children academically but to help them grow as good citizens, install good values in them, encourage them to care for each other and the world – and, hopefully enable them to feel loved and valued at least while in our care. I am proud of how many of our children go on to be ambassadors, monitors, head girls/boys/school councillors etc at their next school, so, hopefully, I am doing some good!

    1 year ago
  7. d
    dcdeb

    I don’t do much. I’ve been quite depressed and out of it since all the restrictions and business lockdowns. But i do the best i can to maintain an attitude of helpfulness and try to pitch in whenever i can.

    1 year ago
    1. Holly in Ohio

      I hope you start feeling better, Deb.
      I can tell you that I have enjoyed reading some of your posts very much, and they had meaning for me. You are appreciated!

      1 year ago
  8. SK

    My sense of humor. My dedication to friendship. How I live into my name and spirit animals. My blessing of doing smudging ceremonies.

    1 year ago
  9. Mica

    Answering questions on UCSB’s Science Line.

    1 year ago
    1. d
      dcdeb

      I’d like to do something like that.

      1 year ago
      1. Mica

        Dear dcdeb – you can answer questions on Quora – a scientist suggested that to me. It’s fun and useful, and the questions cover all areas, not just science.

        1 year ago
  10. Pilgrim

    Kindness & compassion.

    1 year ago
    1. Mica

      Did you change your picture, Pilgrim, or are you another Pilgrim? 🙂

      1 year ago
    2. O.Christina

      Yes, dear Pilgrim. It is a precious contribution of yours since I got to know you here. I do think about the needed cure for your hurting hands. May they tenderly and completely be healed. May His Love and Grace and all blessings be with you. For this I pray.

      1 year ago
  11. Elaine

    Initiating, co-facilitating and sustaining the “friendly conversation circle” for ESL newcomers to my city.

    1 year ago
  12. Toni

    Prayer, calling the White house for environmental and other issues. Eating vegetarian. Reducing my carbon footprint by walking and not using my car often.

    1 year ago
  13. L
    Lauryn

    I volunteer to help cats and kittens find their forever homes. 💜

    1 year ago
  14. Leanne

    Being a nurse and caring for people

    1 year ago
  15. Y
    Yram

    I have tutored many students who have dyslexia. They have progressed not only in reading but in their self esteem. This sets them up to give much to their community.

    1 year ago
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