Did you know that letter-writing is still a thing? That people still take the time and effort to put words on paper, hand-written words, and mail them to friends and loved ones? Recently, I read a blog from a teacher who still teaches her students the art of letter writing. And, let's be honest, it … Continue reading How Letter-Writing Can Change The World
'Tis the season. The season of warmth and goodwill to all. The season where many of us turn away from receiving and toward giving. The season where many charities reach out and hope for that little extra to help them finish their mission this year, and maybe get a head start into next year. It … Continue reading 2 Christmas Gift Ideas For Worldchangers
This article first appeared on The Liberator Today on March 28, 2017. March 28, 2017: One of History's Last Dark Days March 28, 2017 March 28, 2017—a dark day. . . dark like coal, dark like charred bodies, dark like torched farmland. I had been warned. I was expecting to wake up on Tuesday to … Continue reading Reblog: March 28, 2017: One of History’s Last Dark Days
This first appeared on Compassion International's blog on January 20, 2017. Ironic. We believe the solution to making poverty history in our world begins with our children. Invest in their development, give them the right tools, and empower them to become history makers and world changers themselves. What better way to start off 2017 than … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday: Reblog – Who is Making History in the World of Poverty?
An Abundance of Education I love learning. I may have mentioned a time or two on this blog that I like taking every opportunity I can get to learn something new. Or strengthen my skills in areas I'm already pursuing. The pictures above are examples of the "learning something new". I received a free 30 … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday: The Power of Education