What's going on here?

I've made a commitment: to do one good deed per day. Large or small, it doesn't matter. Self-sacrificing or not, extraordinary or mundane, it doesn't matter. Just one thing every day, that's all.

The more I do good, the better I feel about myself. Truly, to benefit others is to benefit yourself. I hope this journal may inspire others who also yearn to do good. So join me on this journey, if you will, and think about the difference you can make in your own life.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Other people's junk mail

Why do they throw it on the floor in front of their mailbox? And why doesn't the apartment complex put a recycling bin there? So many questions, so few answers.

ONE GOOD DEED: Recycle the junk mail other people threw on the floor.

1 comment:

  1. Junk mail is an obvious target if we want to eliminate waste and reduce carbon emissions. This is a product most people throw out without even reading. It must be banned and leaders at Copenhagen should consider adding this to their international agreements.