Ringar på vattnet

Ripples on the water

It is very difficult to write about giving - to help and be for others in Christmas, without sounding splendid, snuff and seem good. (I do all the mistakes in the world! Who am I to speak?)

But ok, what do we have?A world that feels crazy, increased child poverty and people who stress half to death and buy Christmas presents for money they don't have.No top output point to sit quietly in the boat and watch?We can Not amazed by the madness and at the same time drive on with ours.

Here's how I think: What you do gets rings on the water. And the perspectives must be greater.We can definitely buy Christmas presents for thousands of dollars and at the same time swish a sum to charity. But that is to extinguish small fires.

I think we have to think longer than that. If we are horrified by the icy world, we should be involved in the construction of a new, emotionally intelligent generation.Neither I nor anyone else can tell others to stop buying Christmas presents (I buy Christmas presents myself gubevars!) But we can at least say that OK! What can we do for others in Christmas? (More than swisha). How can we show the children that we really want to see another world for them and hopefully create opportunities for them to build one?

I think that gives rings on the water.

TIP! Check out where you live if there are ways to actively support initiatives that help children in (eg) poverty now at Christmas. There is so much to do and as we all know it is needed, maybe more than ever.