Saturday, April 1, 2017
Tangible Karma Day
I grew up learning the Golden Rule through church lessons, family ways and sometimes even in school. The one rule that states"Do unto others as you'd have them do to you" is part of many cultures and religions. There are those statements of karma as well that state "you reap what you sow" or :"what goes around comes around"
Amber Nicole Dilger formed the company of Tangible Karma in 2005. She had an idea to recycle and reuse that all could be a part of. Visit the website to donate goods and track how they are used to help others. Amber had a strong conviction of being a steward of the Earth and making the best possible use of its resources.
Ways you can take part in Tangible Karma Day:
host a small group gathering at your home. Have everyone bring something to donate. Another great idea is to do a bit of volunteering. There are many ways that you can do this including in local shelter, homeless shelter, domestic violence shelter, communities service and elsewhere. Look in your community to see where you can volunteer.
The feeling of doing good is one thing that you can leave with. Giving of your time, of your love, of your talents, of your "extras" is what Tangible Karma is all about. The feeling of giving as good as receiving.