"Whenever you are engaged in work that serves humanity and is for the building of humanity, it has dignity and it has worth," ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Many of us are guilty—not of wrongdoing, but of failing to believe that what we have to offer the world is enough. As we mature, we, hopefully, grow into the knowledge that we are who we are, with our limitations, our circumstances and our humanness. But for all that, we still have the capacity to serve and encourage others to serve the greater good. And, thankfully, we will all have different and creative ways of doing just that. Our lives depend not on what we have done; but on what we are doing in the present that gives substance to the enriching the lives of another person, or the earth and all all her blessings that are bestowed upon us. We need not and should not judge the worth of any such work; we know in our deepest hearts that when we do what we can, with all that we have, we walk in Love.
And so it is. Namaste
Gentle Thoughts: What will you do today to give someone hope or even help them to smile?