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If you have food in your fridge, clothes on your back, a roof over your head and a place to sleep..
You are richer than 75% of the world.
If you have money in the bank, in your wallet, and some spare change..
You are among the top 8% of the world’s wealthy.
If you woke up this morning with more health than illness..
Than you are more blessed than the million people who will not survive this week.
If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the agony of imprisonment and torture, or the horrible pangs of starvation..
You are luckier than 500 million people alive and suffering.
If you can read this message..
You are more fortunate than 3 billion people in the world who can not read it at all.
Just so you know, I did not write that! I saw it on Pinterest. I wish I could find the original person to give credit to them. So powerful to be reminded how lucky you are.
Personally, I have the right to vote, I received a free education as a child, and I exercise my freedom of speech every day. (Seriously, so much talking.) Long story short, lucky I am.
Therefore DO some good.
DONATE your time.
Be a part of something.
It’s really fun to support something you care about.
SO here are a few things I CARE ABOUT:
Please consider donating to the RUCK4HIT race this May 2019.
Please help us support Veteran Matt Emery as he takes on this 220 mile challenge with his team!
Yogis from around Cape Cod are teaming up to raise funds and awareness for RecoveryBUILD, a program created by Behavioral Health Innovators, Inc. 501(c)(3), to support local teens struggling with substance use challenges. This program combines fun social activities with the support of a licensed counselor and peer recovery mentors.
DONATE TO MY TEAM HERE!
Special Olympics is a global movement of people creating a new world of inclusion and community, where every single person is accepted and welcomed, regardless of ability or disability. We are helping to make the world a better, healthier and more joyful place — one athlete, one volunteer, one family member at a time.