I’m not joinging this goal for some crazy ego trip. I want to save the world so it can become a better place. If and when I save the world, I will not appear on TV radio, ect. I will disappear to a calmer place where I can be one with the world that I have helped become greater. 2 months ago
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I’m really conflicted about this goal. I don’t think I can save the world. I think it’s a nice thought (and in some ways a little selfish and egotistical) but I’m not sure how practical it is. I always think about Rwanda and Uganda and how so many countries sat/sit by and don’t do anything to help. I don’t want to be that person. But I’m also not willing to risk my life for any cause at this point.
What do we do when we want to help but feel like we can’t? 4 months ago
Saving the world is going to take more than one person. And we’re going to need all the help that we can get. 5 months ago
Every time you chose to love, to be peaceful, to be helpful, to be accepting, grateful, satisfied, content, to pitch in, to iniate positive action, to speak up and oppose stupidity, evil, ignorance, apathy, indifference, negativity, pessimism, entropy, ridiculousness and general bullshit, you are saving the world. It is that simple. Be real, be proactive. Take care of yourselves. Take care of our precious resources, take care of Mother Earth. Thank God, Thanks the Heavens, Thank the Angels. Thank everyone for everything. Don’t take anything for granted. Seize the day. Love, love, love like there is no tomorrow. Be nice, you are on Planet Earth. This is your home, decorate it with love and live in it peacefully and peacably. There is nowhere else to be but where you are. 17 months ago