Friday, December 16, 2005

Thought for the New Year

New years bring new beginnings. If you have already started thinking along the lines of New Years' Resolutions and if one of your resolutions happens to be volunteering for a cause that's close to your heart, I hope you are able to do it.

But if you are strapped for time and cannot volunteer but are considering donating funds to a cause, I urge you to consider Project Why. Charu at Indsight has a post that explains a pledge drive that Project Why has undertaken. Simply put, find out how much a rupee a day could do for a child's life.

Here's wishing you a very happy and prosperous new year and wishing the earth no tsunamis, no earthquakes, no hurricanes, no 9/11s, 3/11s or 7/7s, and less of pollution and littering.

5 comments:

Minal said...

Hi Sujatha,
Wishing you a happy new year as well and
To add to your lists: No communal riots, no rascism attacks, no murders, no rapes, no corrupt politicians,
Hoping that some year in the future will bring this earth a peaceful and harmonious, crime-free and corrupt-free time:-)

jazz said...

Happy New Year Sujatha. May God be with you and smoothen your way to akshara's success.

Sujatha said...

Thanks Jazz and Minal.

Anonymous said...

Do you visit www.intentblog.com ? Reading through your site, I think you would enjoy it. People like Deepak Chopra, Shekhar Kapur, Anuradha Bakshi, Rahul Bose, and others post there.

Sujatha said...

Anon, thank you for your comment. Yes, I have visited and read some of the posts on Intent Blog.

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