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Spiritual Stereotypes Redefined

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Greg

Woonsocket, RI
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I will always go up to people and make them feel they matter. In addition to other things, I make a point to have a smile on my face no matter what and greet everyone I see with that smile. I truly believe that there is good in every single person. Adopted cats from cat Sanctuary
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I believe everyone should have the right to be and live the life that they are meant to live without bullying, judgement, or fear. I think this project is an amazing way to get people to see we are the same

Erica

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My mother had a bad drug addiction, lost all her kids. I was in and out the system and I promised one day I would bring my sibling together on Mother's Day. I reached out to all her kids and I got them together. It was her dying wish. I changed the way they loved her and I found change in forgiveness. Now I like helping others find loved ones and the peace I found. ❤️️
Why are you participating?: 

Because I don't want to see change, I want to become it. ❤️️

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