The “Be More!” Initiatives

Being kind lifts your heart and soul!

Everybody has a unique approach to helping someone else. We each come from a different perspective, so we have different ideas on how to do things.

By sharing these ideas, we learn kindness from each other.

Then we get better, if we choose to become a better person.

It’s so easy!

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 be someone’s hero, and you’ll see your own value rise. You become happier yourself. It’s an instant uplift!

Here is a list of things you can do – it’s easy:

Participate in “Be More!” Initiatives!
January 250 KR Re-loving unwanted goods: John’s Glades Funnel
  100 KR The traveling rocks: Jane’s Little Pieces of Peace
February 100 KR Cheers for nursing homes: Norma’s Valentine Project >
  300 KR Being kind to foreigners: Mary’s Welcome Mats
March 350 KR Fasting with a twist: Sergio’s Lent Exchange
  100 KR It’s all about our home: Freddy’s Home Sweet Home
April 200 KR Creative competition: Betsy’s Crazy Hat Strut
  250 KR All children are all our children: Brenda’s Fuzzy Animals
May 200 KR Our environment as a nicer place: Micah’s Challenge >
  100 KR Your Sanctuary: Rebecca’s Best Yard Contest
June 100 KR Travel with a purpose: Paul’s Diogenes Assignment >
  100 KR Forward your fortune: Blake’s Shared Adventures
July 150 KR Nobody should play alone: Carol’s Hobby Match
  100 KR Animal Appreciation: Simon’s Loveys
August 100 KR The most hearts win: Brooke’s Find a Heart Contest
  100 KR Loving our planet: Don’s Nature Photo Relay
September 150 KR Flowers for everyone: Sheri’s Friendship Flowers
  250 KR Navigating the jungle: Hebron’s Resource Mentors
October 100 KR Games are good for all: Peter’s Playtime
  200 KR From one woman to another: Lois’ Stuffed Purses
November 250 KR Hand written cheers: Jen & Jeff’s Snail Mail Treats
  100 KR Have a heart: Timothy’s Thoughtful Handouts
December 400 KR Music for stranger’s ears: Donna’s Serenades
  350 KR Food by anticipation: Rachel’s Countdown Calendar >
 

Get rewarded for participating

When you’re doing something good – you deserve rewards!

“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.

Ideas that are set into action

The Love & Peace Project supports and encourages all featured initiatives.

For each time you participate, you’ll earn 100 or more KR points. (Love & Peace Society members get double) Find out how many points you get on each initiative’s page.

More LOVE… by an unknown graffiti artist in Lantana, Florida

There is a true need out there

Everybody, anywhere, can use a little 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.

Read this: the “Art of Helping Others” >

Be More… Volunteer… Get Rewards!

In Memory of Robert W. Michel
Bob Michel
Bob as we knew and loved him. Photo (c) by Ingrid Webster.

“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. A trust fund in Bob’s name to help people in need is planned for the future.

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:

Be More

Bob Michel

Benefit Mankind

Believe Maxims

Bring Miracles

Bold & Mighty

Behave Maturely

Become Meaningful

Beget Magic

Blessed Messenger

Build Moral

Brave Master

Benevolent Movement

Brilliant Megastar

 

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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