Video from KarmaTube
This short video is a great reminder that even though the pandemic has created a lot of hardships; it has also served as a catalyst for vibrant mutual aid groups like the Crisis Kitchen. This mutual aid group, which emerged in Portland, Oregon, was created to help people who had become food insecure.
Utilizing a donated space, volunteers have been preparing and delivering over 1000 meals per week for free. Everyone involved in the project sees this as an investment in the well being of his or her whole community and “an expression of love that can be easily given to people you do not know”.
Remember, besides being helpful to those in need, acts of compassion can help an individual activate his or her conscious mind and in the process facilitate positive change in the world.
With this in mind, I invite you to explore the I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB) program for FREE, because the activities also have the capacity to activate the conscious problem-solving, and bring about positive change in the world.