“Take pride not in love for yourselves but in love for your fellow-creatures. Glory not in love for your country, but in love for all mankind. Let your eye be chaste, your hand faithful, your tongue truthful and your heart enlightened”. The Baha’i Faith
Can you take 45 seconds a day to contribute to
and support causes in which you may have an interest?
The site includes links to donations per FREE click to causes for:
- Breast cancer
- Animal shelters
- Rain forest preservation
- and more . . .
“The sites show results (About Us) for donations and clicks on a daily basis. Every “drop”/click helps fill the pool! This could be a part of your daily routine when you turn on your computer or log on to the internet. Sponsors provide additional support via purchases on the site (some have very cool, interesting gift ideas!.”
In 10 years Rick has clicked on the links enough times to provide:
- 2500 cups of food to those in need
- 1500 bowls of food to animals in shelters
- preservation of a half-acre of rain forest
- a half hour of therapy for children with autism
- 20+ meals to homeless Veterans
- and more
One click gifting time
love and pride for all mankind
The power is yours
Dear Human Beings, whoever you are,
I was helping one of my clients (I can’t reveal the name because I keep everything confidential . . . but you know who you are . . .) learn how to move past hurt and pain so they can have a clean start in the New Year.
My client is very emotional. To get proper attention I have to demonstrate what they must do. Here are my instructions. (what I communicate isn’t confidential).
YOU should think about what YOU need to let go of as you follow my directions.
1. Chew on “it”
3. Release it.
(Indoor instruction is Shake it off. Outdoor instruction is Release)
4. Sleep it off
The new Year is almost here. If YOU want to start fresh you have to stop procrastinating and do what I say NOW. Please send my fee in the form of something chewable (for future chew-on-it demonstrations).
My Gift Haiku, by Freddie
Knowing what to do
it’s simply instinctual
I just have the gift
Freddie Parker Westerfield, CDT
Canine Dog Therapist
Thanks for friends and memories
I’ll continue on
writing my “silly” haiku
It’s now tradition
*” . . . Now how do I say thanks to all of you? It has been a wonderful experience and journey hosting this meme for the past three and a half years. I have loved every moment of it. But I have been contemplating this for the past week, and I think it is time to shut up shop. This is the last prompt at Haiku Heights. I’m glad to have been your muse, but the interest in blogging has waned, and I want to focus on my own blog more, get back to writing . . . So adieu, au revoir, sayonara and alvida to all the friends that I’ve made through here. It’s been a blast! “
The eighth deadly sin:
Committing all the seven
in your own lifetime