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Do The Thing And You Shall Have The Power
- That quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson emphasizes the importance and usefulness of direct action.
- If we truly want a world where everyone and every thing can live in harmony, and where everyone and every thing knows how to get back into harmony after disharmony occurs, then part of what we must do is to act effectively, and harmoniously, in the world as it is.
Aloha Fellowship Participation
- Most caring people are already doing something to help change the world for the better. They might do volunteer work for charities, help with children's groups, plant trees, or do any of the thousands of things that people are doing all over the world to help bring peace, health, happiness and well-being to the people of the planet.
- If you are already doing everything you can, then you are doing the right thing. If you haven't yet turned your attention outward into the realm of direct action, then we highly recommend that you do something, no matter what.
- Direct action doesn't have to be done as part of a group, although it's usually more fun that way. If you do not have the opportunity or the inclination for group action, then here is another idea. In 1982, a woman named Ann Herbert came up with a very special phrase: "Practice random kindness and senseless acts of beauty." Over time this was changed to "Practice random acts of kindness," and this resulted in the formation of many groups designed to teach and encourage this kind of action. One of the best of these, in our opinion, is the The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, where you can find inspiration and ideas galore.