Love thy neighbor as thyself is a well known version of the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. This was first found in the Old Testament of The Bible.
However, some folks are easier to love than others and that is obvious. When you come across manipulative and selfish individuals, this effort become even more of a task.
#WeThePeople must resolve to find commonalities and bridge a widening divide if we know what’s good for US.
On this first day of the last month of the year and as we prepare to enter 2020, our theme should be communities make the difference.
This is an important opportunity to recognize the essential role that friends, families and communities continue to play at the international, national and local levels.
Our leadership ensures the resolve remains relevant by keeping people at the center of the global discussion and leaving no one behind. Communities include peer educators, networks of people living on earth. These include men, women, old and young people, counsellors, public safety community, health workers, service providers, civil society organizations and grass-roots activists.
Ask not what Mother Nature can do for US, but what we can do for planet earth 🌎