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Privileged Stereotypes Redefined

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Suzanne

Leominster, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
In my life and as a sustainability and energy manager, I work to reduce the impact we have on the environment so I can leave to my future children a legacy and planet they can be proud of.
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I am continually saddened by the hate, discrimination, and judgment in the world today. While I do not see my see myself a religious person, despite labeling myself as Jewish, I was reminded of a pray by Rabbi Kushner entitled Prayer for the World an excerpt which reads:

Nikos

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Yesterday I rode my bike past a guy walking barefoot on an overpass in the city. He was walking like his feet hurt. I thought he might have gotten robbed for his shoes so I stepped and asked if he wanted a ride anywhere. I said he could ride on my crossbar. It turned out he was just walking home and didn't need help at all. At least I know.

William

Mendota Heights, MN
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
After speaking with hungry people while traveling, I returned to the United States and started volunteering in local food shelves. A mentor encouraged me to start Harvest Pack. Since 2012 we have packaged million of meals and donated them locally and internationally. We provide an opportunity for schools, religious organizations and businesses to volunteer and package nutritious meals.
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People need to be the change they want to see in the world. Many good deeds will go undone unless you do them. I see a lot of good in making people aware of the good they posses. The No Evil Project exemplifies the direction people should be moving in the world.

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