Your Responsibility to Share Your Message


In this video I share my practical and spiritual tools for manifesting media for your message. I believe that it is our responsibility to share our great work with the world. Learn how to release your fears, be unapologetic about your message and share it with pride.

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45 comments

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen2 years ago

Thank you :)

Natasha Salgado
natasha salgado2 years ago

Thanks

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen3 years ago

Thank you :)

Jess No Fwd Plz K.
Jessica K3 years ago

If possible be in the best frame of mind so that you can give to yourself and others. If not, then at least extend compassion to yourself. Thanks.

Deborah W.
Deborah W3 years ago

It forever amazes and saddens me how Thanksgiving is now basically touted as a holiday filled with overeating and tips to avoid the glutoness practice, day-off great sales, etc. while ignoring the very definition: ACT OF GIVING THANKS, AN EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE ... in favor of marketing to the self-involved consumer market.

The wellspring of man's greatness is seldom, if ever, reflected upon or brought to the forefront to be exposed to other likeminded caring/sharing segments of the populous. For example, ever hear of the good works of:

William & Mary's Campus Kitchens -- Williamsburg's Turkeypalooza -- USC Aiken's One Table event -- Martial Arts Familly Fitness's Thanksgiving Basket Brigade -- FCA and Jemison High School total community involvement -- DCP's food distribution and food kitchens staffed with cooks and other volunteers who care about more than self -- St. Calir's Neighbors in Need -- Harbor Homes Thanksgiving served up and staffed by Nashua High School's culinary arts department?

Didn't think so ... too low-key and boring to "stimulate" needed headlines to draw in readers. Sad what we've come to consider important, isn't it?

Patricia H.
Patricia H.3 years ago

thanks for sharing

heather g.
heather g3 years ago

My life is fulfilled in many ways through interactions with people and sharing info, taking care of dogs, etc - but definitely signing petitions on several sites, and writing to the newspaper on occasions.
I try to support and help people each day and enjoy bringing a smile to anyone's face. However, I find that some are too loud and bad-tempered for me to interact with. I don't understand this Canadian behaviour and I'm not sure whether some of these folks were abused when they were younger - but they live with deep-seated anger and express this in a vulgar manner.

Kathleen Tyson
Kathleen Tyson3 years ago

This is the oddest thing.
About 30 seconds ago ,literally I was trying to find a place to state my gratefulness at all the incredible blessings I have in my life.
I came upon the care2 site strictly by accident looking for an ecard to send my grandchildren.
I suffer from p.t.s.d. an emotional and social anxiety disorder and I am a disabled senior citizen.
It has been such an opportunity for me to be able to be an activist online ,as it were because of all my problems.
But as I read about the terrible loss in the Philippines of human life ,see the horror of children being used as slave labor ,people dying more every day from a.i.d.s.in Africa.
I thank God ,Buddha or whatever higher power one may attach themselves to , I am once again grateful for my life and the incredible gift of life and having freedom ,clean water not only to drink but bathe in ....DAILY!
And to thank all of you for allowing me to be a part of tier community.

Duane B.
.3 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

Amandine S.
Past Member 3 years ago

Thanks for the post.