movies especially when the reviewer provokes thinking.
In the past year I read a review of an advance screening of a documentary “Give a Damn?” This is a movie concerning the question: ‘Should we care about others in great need?’ The review stated that one of the lead participants in the documentary ends the movie with the question to the audience to “pick one thing that breaks your heart and do something about it.” That is a very powerful question.
question on a walk through the park that is close to my home. Most people have something that has broken their hearts and will lead them to a compassionate response when they see someone in a similar
situation. This can provide a passionate motivation for good.
things that break my heart are not usually motivators. I find that I would like to cry or flee from many things that break my heart. What motivates me, are ideas and actions that make my heart soar. When I am in the flow of wonder thanksgiving, and love, then I have the courage and the stamina to make a difference.
heart soar?” Then make use of that to help those around you.
Your efforts will not feel like labor and you will find yourself
revitalized as you proceed.