Friday, October 16, 2009
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Just wanted to take a minute to say how excited I am that we finally did it. Barrack Obama is now the 44Th President of the United States Of America!
It is definitely time for a change. I hope you will all take the time to pass this Blog on to everyone you know,so that they can voice their opinion on this historic event. I also encourage everyone to take the time to discuss how we can work toward healing our country. This is a step in the right direction on a long journey to fix our economic crisis.
I hope that we all take the time to step back and take a look at the big picture here. Barrack Obama is on course to help make change in our country. So we all owe it to our country and each other to join him in this.
What that means is we all need to do our part. Don't get me wrong I am very proud of the job we all did in this campaign to get him elected.
We all need to get out and help someone. There are so many opportunities to serve. Don't sit back and wait for the "right " time. The right time is right now. We tend to sit back and say "well when I have enough money or when I have more time". If all we do is sit back and wait on the "right" time we will never get anything done.
Also don't feel like you have to do something to change the world. Just go next door and help you elderly neighbor. Be a mentor to some young kid down the street who doesn't have a role model. Take the time to volunteer at your local homeless shelter. These are just a few of the many worthy causes we can help with.
The holidays are just around the corner and we all feel an obligation to go out and help the less fortunate. They are still less fortunate in January and February. I encourage each and every one of you to make an effort to do something positive for your community year round.
Here is what I want to do. If you have an idea of what type of volunteering you would like to do. Just post here and I with the help of other members will help you get in touch with local opportunities in you town.
Until next time just go help someone.