Europe in the Morning - *Helsinki* Is it not always dawn in Helsinki in the wintertime? The pale, transparent sky and the slanting sunlight give it that luster of morning at most ...
Thursday, February 3, 2011
January 3, 2011
Accepting someone to take over a job that you could easily do is never something I like to do and it is especially hard to know that they are just not doing it correct. Today I did a lot of resting, but there was a moment that I had to watch something get done for a fourth time that has never worked. Why does this keep happening? Well it is because other people are doing something I could be doing, but the lesson for today was not to rant and have a problem with it. I was inspired by the way that more and more people are willing to take on more work and volunteer more and more every day. People are just so selfless and I want to be more like that. This is why many of the jobs I take on are not paid and usually strive to make others happy and/or give to a charity, organization, or community. The chance to see the youth of today to want to give their time for others just gives me hope that we have a great future ahead of us that are caring for others. Too many people are too worried about themselves. So, what should we do every day? Check on someone; ask them if they are doing okay, or any simple gesture that shows that you care for others. E.L.E. Everybody Love Everybody. It is very simple, but I am going to challenge myself to do it and I do the same to you. Everyone needs someone to check in on them and that’s what our world needs.
Posted by Monkey at 3:12 AM