As we appreciate the goodness in the world and in people, we plant seeds, nurture these seeds and create roots for more goodness to grow in the world and develop in people. I have seen some incredibly wonderful, kind deeds being done. My schoolmate and friend Janet has arranged it so that our local donations of blankets, winter clothing and coats and similar items can be taken to those devastated by hurricane Sandy up in New Jersey, New York and other surrounding areas. This gave me and my family an opportunity to share and contribute.
I know of many people who are finding ways to help and make a difference one way or another to all those up in the North Atlantic and in the Caribbean who were in the path of the freakish storm. I am certain that many of you who follow my blog have prayers in your heart and have most likely made a contribution to help one way or another to those who have been affected by Sandy. Thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart. All this goodness is appreciated. Thank goodness!
- Send Winter Clothes (liliespen.com)
- Second Storm Threatens Region Slammed By Hurricane (huffingtonpost.com)
- Bicycle Habitat Food/Supply Delivery (brooklynspoke.com)
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It’s easy to get so caught up in the big things that we forget the little things ~ just how valulable a simple smile or a word of encouragement can be, a mitten to a cold hand, a hat to shade the sun and deflect the rain ~ We make the simple act of giving far more complicated than it ever need be. This is beautiful, Angi. ~ Love, Bobbie
Thank you so very much, Bobbie. I deeply appreciate your comment. Love, Angi
Thank you for blogging about the needs of those effected by Sandy. Any help is appreciated. I remember how helpful people were during hurricane Isabel even though we had lossss, we were not as devastated as many in New Jersey and New York.
You are so very welcome Joan. Thank you so very much for sharing your own experiences. May we make the difference needed to bring comfort and warmth to all who have been affected by Sandy. ♥ Angi