Everyone Doing Something

There is a fine line between patience and stagnation. When should you do something? When should you do nothing? Should there be a balance of both? As Edmund Burke says, “nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” My last blog post was about the importance of not allowing a limitation of means to prevent you from actively contributing to issues you are passionate about. The Global Climate Action Strike that occurred on September 20th of last year is a wonderful catalyst for this conversation, especially in honor of the 50th…

Being a Carer

3Do you ever feel like you have to do everything? Or that at least you should be involved in some form of everything? I am not necessarily speaking about daily life; it might be wise and beneficial to be involved in daily work, self care, and paying bills as well as the laundry, dishes, dinner, and letting the dog out. I’m talking about the constant feeling that you have to do something for everyone and everything. For anyone who has a big heart and simply seems to care so much that you don’t know where to start regarding the needs…

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