I’ve provided a Quote of the Day, shared with anyone who wants to subscribe via email, for decades.
I had selected this quote Sunday, before I knew about the earthquake in Turkey and Syria: “We are careless. Somehow life has been cheapened in our own eyes. The sanctity of life, the sacred dimension of every minute of human existence, is gone. The main problem is that there are so many situations that demand our attention. There are so many tragedies that need our involvement. Where do you begin?”
~ Elie Wiesel
Our first instinct is to help.
But as the hours pass, our instinct can fade, which is why I want you to listen to your inner voice, pull out your credit card and help.
There are many ways to help right now.
THIS LIST from The Cut.
As always, you can check the charity you select on CHARITY NAVIGATOR.
It feels overwhelming. Ukraine’s people are still struggling and their need is urgent too. There’s famine, again, in Africa, terrible flooding in Pakistan and India, and on and on and on…
Few of us can help everyone who needs help.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t help some who are desperate today.
Anything you can do, any amount of money no matter how small, will help.
And please share this with your friends and family and ask them to give before the images fade.