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After posting the following post on Self Help Daily…….
I read a quote this morning that I’ve heard before, a thousand times probably, but it’s a good one: “If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.”
I ran into it today in an article on neutering and spaying cats of all places. I was there doing research for a few of my unsuspecting little darlings. It was there trying to lead to more little darlings being blindsided.
Reading the quote always makes me motivated to take on something – some particular need “out there”. My husband often good naturedly kids me about my wanting to cure the world. I admit it, it’s a goal. From helpless little babies to Alzheimer’s victims, and all the people, places and things in between – I want to make a difference. He’s in denial, I think, because I recognize the same gleam in his eye. Oh, yeah, he’s on the cure the world team – he just hasn’t taken his cape out of the closet yet. But it’s there, I’ve seen it.
“If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.”
The quote always makes me realize that I could be doing so much more. All of us who have the desire to cure the world of “all its woes” have our work cut out for us. We need to kick it up a notch and get at it. Today works for me, how about you?
……I started thinking about what steps toward the cure I could take. After all, curing the world will take plenty of steps – I need to pick up the pace!
We’re going to start giving a percentage of all of TMFC’s (including Out of Bound’s) earnings to Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment. The more I read about this monsterous disease the more I hate it. I hate it with Hurricane Hatred and I want to join the team that’s going up against it!
Make each moment count double,