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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.
Why are you participating?: 

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. ❤️️

Stephania

Hyde Park, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
The best thing I've done is become a vegan. I decided I no longer wanted to contribute to the vicious and unnecessary killing of animals for any reason. I wanted to do my part and stop the harm and cruelty toward all living creatures. They deserve and have the right to be here and live as much as we humans do. It's the best thing ever!
Why are you participating?: 

Labels are not necessarily a bad thing. It all depends on how you use them. I like to label myself if what the label stands for is inline with my vision and what I stand for.

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