Daily Challenge Saturday May. 05, 2012
Emotional Health focuses on daily experiences related to happiness, enjoyment, sadness, and stress in evaluating overall well-being.
Talk about a cause you feel passionately about and why it's meaningful to you.
- Eibhlin B.BranchingLevel 237
Sorry this is late...it's just that time of year. My cause would be promoting scientific literacy. We've moved from a time when everyone knew a little something about most scientific disciplines to a time when nobody knows much about anything outside their own specialization - it's that broad. While it's made us (as scientists) FAR more collaborative and less competitive, it's confused the public ...see more
- Scott W.BlossomingLevel 247
Honestly there are have been more then one and I am still active members in most and do what I can when I can. Being unemployed and having limited funds and physically not able to help at local shelters and events. I used to be actively involved in a local program called Backpack for Kids where one of the church's would make sure under privileged children had meals in the afternoons when they went ...see more
- Janet W.Flourishing
I read some other posts before I started this. I, too, am involved and passionate about many things. Spaying and feeding feral cats;political action pushing back against the war on women; knitting for homeless children. We have let homeless people stay with us, and any other way I can find to help. My husband does just is much any way he can.
- Debbie S.Flourishing
I have a few causes I believe in. I think my biggest cause is to support my friends in their causes! I have supported CHOW (the local food pantry), the National Kidney Foundation (because Mom C has ESRD), the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (because the wife of a friend is a survivor and works for them), the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (because of my feathered friends), American Cancer Society (for my ...see more
- Conni M.BlossomingLevel 150
I am running my marathon this November for the Organization for Autism Research (OAR). My oldest son is autistic. He is an amazing, but challenging child. I am so blessed to be his mom.
I was drawn to OAR because they focus on research not a cure necessarily. Most people like my son, like Temple Grandin, will tell you they are happy the way they are. Why would they want to be cured?
I ...see more
- Stacy M.Flourishing
I feel passionately about animal causes~~When I was not underemployed I donated to many causes!! WWF, Ocean Conservancy and Defenders of Wildlife.
Well I am home from a disastrous visit with my "special" friend~~He is no longer special; as "it" is no longer good, hence the limerick I was to write~~~Here it is:
There once was a man named Ted
Who only wanted to take me to bed
I ...see more