In Memory of Robert W. Michel
You can always observe kind behavior from other people and learn from it.
Then, if you choose to apply what you’ve been taught, you can BE MORE.
Each individual may have a unique approach to uplifting or helping someone else. They have different ideas, because they come from a different perspective, had their own experiences. By sharing theirs, we learn kindness from each other.
How can you “be more”?
Every minute and every second is an opportunity to be a better person. Your life becomes more meaningful, when you do something good to another living thing. Make an effort to do good and improve a bit each day. You’ll see your value rise, you become happier yourself!
There is a true need out there:
many people in all walks of life can use help at some time or another.
And you don’t necessarily have to spend money. Often, a small gesture of kindness is all it takes to make someone’s day. Like a word of support, a warm meal, a little time to listen.
Just be mindful of people’s needs around you, and do what you can.
Before you go out and do good…
Did you know that there are considerations when you’re trying to help someone? Careful planning and thinking of all possible aspects can protect you from potential harm.
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|Making our environment a nicer place: Micah’s Challenge >|
|Volunteer for your community >
Ideas that are set into action:
“Be More!” Initiatives are created by members or guests of the Love & Peace Society. These individuals thought of ways to make other people’s lives better, or simply share some joy and goodwill.
The Love & Peace Project supports and encourages all featured initiatives and invites you to participate.
With each participation, you’ll earn 100 or more KR points. (Love & Peace Society members get double)
|“This page was created with loving memory and in honor of a very dear and special person. Whether it was during his time in the Vietnam war, as a dedicated Police officer, or as a trusted friend – he always chose to help others any way he could.
I used to think of him as the ‘Equalizer’, fighting for the defenseless and jumping into uncharted waters to save a soul. Standing up against the suffering in his surrounding communities, while promoting justice, honesty and the good of man.
Bob Michael has always helped spontaneously when we or someone he knew needed it most. Sadly, he passed away before we could adequately reciprocate.
But because he was great in teaching through his actions, his legacy will live on. By applying the ‘pay it forward’ principle, Bob is still doing his work…”
– Ingrid Webster
BM stands for:
Bold & Mighty
About the title image:
Had to have that shot… makes you smile! Observed at the VA Medical Center in Riviera Beach, FL, but could have been just the same in many towns anywhere in USA. Or perhaps some other country. Image © by Ingrid Webster
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