- JackHuMember@jackhuJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 67
I got this email from a friend
I have no eloquence to share about this event, what
it means or why… simply a request to connect your
wallet and heart and help. Prayer, light, love and
cash is what I know how to do. Please do what you
know how to do, too.<P>
Here’s the link to the New York Times web page:
And the Agencies Accepting Aid Dollars is here:
Learn to how to generate perpetual cash flows within 3 years, or just add a cash flow stream to your income: [email protected]MonopolyMember@monopolyJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 1,612
Here is a list (provided by Channel 7) of a few aid agencies in Australia:
Please call and donate, they are free to call 1800 numbers (if that will persuade you).
http://www.msf.org.au/ (My thanks to Sim at SS for this one)[biggrin]
For those (like me) wanting to donate to an organisation that is neither religiously or politically based.
With New Year’s Day just around the corner, I urge you all to please give generously to those killed by the tsunami, who unlike you and I, will not be blessed with the opportunity of seeing in a brand new year.
Jofemaleage20Member@femaleage20Join Date: 2004Post Count: 68
My sister was in Phuket 2 weeks ago, I thank god she’s more inland now and away from the disaster! When I went on to my Bank SA internet banking service today the welcome page had all the bsb and account details of red cross so I could easily make a donation.
My friends aunty found out she had cancer in her leg a few weeks ago, she got specialist treatment (radio therapy ect) but after treatment the cencer had spread to her liver and grown to the size of a tenis ball. She died early yesterday, age 50.
Life is short and whilst it is important to prepare and set goals for the future remember to make the most of the journey and live each day to the fullest.