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Linda

Worcester, MA
United States

I have distributed 30 copies of John Lewis' book, "Across That Bridge" and have 25 more on order. His thoughts on how to work toward "The Beloved Community" have inspired me to be more patient and loving with others with whom I might have significant differences. I also serve on the Board of WAMS (Worcester Area Mission Society), a non-profit organization committed to working with others to help bring about economic and social equity to our society.

In my lifetime I have experienced many turbulent times--none quite the same as this but knowing there is always calm after a storm helps me stay centered.

Atreyu

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Helping people who have been traumatized in their lives. I try to help people by empathizing, listening to their stories. "Be the change you wanna see in this world."
Why are you participating?: 

There are too many labels that people place on each other. I don't want to be placed in a box, I'm simply a decent person who tries to step into other's shoes as much as possible.

Isa

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer at local food pantries I Smile at Total Strangers
Why are you participating?: 

This is my little grain of love to the world -- No evil!
" Be A Rainbow in Someone Else's Cloud "-Maya Angelou

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