I was reading the NY Times and found
this interesting article.
I think the article could be multi-purposed;
for a comparison and show-case for other
worthy circumstances. It stands alone for
it's main purpose: rights and freedom.
For the reader's of this edited post, a friend
said it might B "too much". I did agree AND complied
but only to make a point...
If we comply in who are we?
Certainly we are not ourselves,
we are but someone-else.
I have always liked being me "too much"...
I can't imagine being anyone else, really.
Call me freak just capitalize the F and make it
a noun, thanks.
Mickey Hart will perform on XM Sirius tonight, 4/11/12, at 6 pm central time.
I was reading the LA Times today.
I would like to share a link to the
article, if you comment on it could
you please cut and paste the article
with your post so we know what we're
talking about. And that we are talking
about the same thing. Thanks :) XO
I believe in what this article is stating.
I have been volunteering since I was 8
years old and will surely die a volunteer
doing whatever is happening at that time.
Maybe I'll come and make a list of some
of the volunteering I've done.
I really loved the Look Good Feel Better
Program with the American Cancer Society.
I cut and styled wigs for cancer patients.
Men and women and taught them some
make up tricks for their loss of eye brows so
no one could even tell and would do skin
toning with colors and things like that.
My patients became best friends and
I was oft invited to some of
their passings. I have never taken a dime.
I am forever proud and grateful that my favorite
band and it's members and families and ALL
feel so compassionate about giving and being
so generous in so many various styles.
The Grateful Dead and Family is Love!
Wanna bet, I got proof, lots of it, XO!
Altruism is one of the greatest words ever,