The Power Of One

Who says one person can’t make a difference? People who don’t believe in themselves, or don’t believe in a cause, maybe they don’t think one person can make a difference.

I believe one person can make a heck of a difference. I’m trying to make a difference in caregiver’s lives. In my heart I know I can do it. Even if it’s only one person at a time. How? Mostly by compassion, by standing in a caregivers shoes for a little while, think what they are going through, and who is helping them?

You can help, you can make a difference, all you have to do is be a caregivers friend. There are caregivers in every community, where you live, work, play, go to school, church or synagogue. Listen, don’t judge, send an email offer to be a friend, stay in touch and most of all give them a lift to their day.

Yes, I believe one person can make a difference I can make a difference, and you surely can make a difference. Try it.

Give the gift that lasts forever and costs nothing. Adopt A Caregiver and tell them your friend Helene sent you.

The power of one in within you, me, all of us. Use it.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene

Make A Difference

Make a difference in a caregivers life. Find a caregiver in your community, and begin a lasting friendship by email or phone. Listen, do not judge, encourage them to laugh, to write in a journal, to open up and let you in. They are lonesome, exhausted, worried, and they need a friend. Someone to talk to.

I read that  giving back adds years to your life. I believe that wholeheartedly. I also know that stress, feeling alone and abandoned, lessens your lifetime.

Make a difference, give something back. There are more new caregivers every day, and some of them are in your community. Which could be your home, church, social club, school, or your family.

Be aware, pay attention.

Adopt a caregiver, tell them Helene sent you.

Keep love and kisses in your life. Helene