I would like to point out a worthy cause, that was brought to me by a friend and colleague.
His wife is battling with cancer and while on treatment in Germany she will walk a great distance in aid of saving the Rhinoceros from extinction. This story is both true and inspiring.
Please take a moment to visit the link and feel free to reblog this blog.
Ultimately, we determine our fate.
Every choice we ever made, good, bad or worse,
has brought us to this moment in time.
Sure, sometimes we do not seem to have a choice.
But even then we can choose how to react to an overtly dictated circumstance.
We must not seek to blame others or think the world owes us a living.
It does not.
Instant gratification and the resistance to persistent effort – speak hard work,
have become the norm.
We will not all be movie stars, live in mansions, drive Bentleys and be called Kardeshiham.
A life, I think, can be measured by the friends we have, the aid we offered, the difference we made.
When you go is the world a better place than when you found it?
Somehow, I am envisioning Homer Simpson, the eternal scourge of all purveyors of fine and all-you-can-eat buffets.