Inspirational, Informative, and General Reading
Random Acts of Kindness
Foundation International Promotes National “Random Acts of Kindness” Program
as Special Valentines for Terminally Ill Children and Their Families
Atlanta, GA, February 14, 2007—A 13-year-old girl, who has endured parental
neglect, homelessness, severe bouts of asthma and now life-threatening
cancer, is showered with love by a small town that has “adopted” her.
Employees of a major department store offer the families of four terminally
ill children free passes to the movies. A season ticket holder donates major
league baseball tickets to a family he’s never met and will never meet. A
child in that family has a terminal illness.
|Learn about the needs of seriously ill children and then share that information with others.|
|Ask your community leaders or educators if they know of any critically ill children in your area who need help.|
|Contact Children’s Wish Foundation International about ways you can help a wish child or wish family.|
|Contact the Foundation about ways you can volunteer.|
|Tell children about the importance of volunteering and helping others.|
|Notify your company or other businesses in your area about the seriously and terminally ill children served by Children’s Wish Foundation International and how to contact the Foundation.|
For more information, contact Children’s Wish Foundation International, www.childrenswish.org or call (800) 323-WISH.
How to Set a Valentines
Table on a Dime!
Valentine's Day is a special day in my household, and I try to share the feeling of love and romance with all my family! One of the best ways to do that is to set a holiday table, and spend time enjoying good food and drink with your loved ones.
Let's Start A War: A War
What could you do today that would make someone else's day? What could you change in yourself that would ultimately enrich the world around you?
Not Giving Up
I can remember a period in my life when I was unemployed and money was running short. I needed a job very badly and it seemed as if no one was hiring.
Don't Just Stand
Many people think that they have to accept whatever life throws at them. They'll say, "This is my fate, my destiny. I cannot change it." Of course not!
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