One of the most important lessons I’ve learned is that I can’t expect change if I just sit around and wait for someone else to take care of it.
If I want something different for this world, I should peacefully work my hardest to create it. And, if I don’t make that effort, then I have no right to whine about it (so… when I whine without just cause, please tell me to shut up and do something about it!).
Here’s an option for action: “National Health Care Day of Service”
About the event:
This summer, Organizing for America will fight to ensure Americans receive much-needed health care reform in 2009. Community service is a critical piece of our health care campaign and our National Health Care Day of Service on June 27, 2009 will highlight its importance.
The service events are happening Saturday (June 27th), all across the country (there are also a few events happening Friday evening). Each event is a little different; everything from gardening to blood pressure testing.