Today I had the privilege of attending a fundraising lunch for Little Helping Hands, an Austin based non-profit that assists children/families in in volunteering for great causes in Austin. It was founded by two philanthropic, social entrepreneur parents who wanted to instill those same values in their kids. They organize kid friendly events so other non-profits in Austin can benefit from families and kids who want to volunteer together. Examples include helping to assemble and disassemble computers for organizations like Goodwill and giving out totes full of clothes and goodies to kids in foster care, etc. My good friend Rachel Muir invited me to the event. I am looking forward to finding an event where the kids and I can go volunteer together someday soon. I don’t think my kids realize how lucky they are and how much they have. I think instilling “giving back” values at this age will be valuable for them and whatever community they find themselves living in when they are older.
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What is a man or woman without a mission? Bored? Annoyed? Anxious? Lazy? Happy? Sad? Relieved? Ecstatic? Depressed? It probably depends on the person. I think most of us…especially the entrepreneurial types…need/want a mission and something to believe in. We want a calling of sorts whether it be parenthood, religion, work, volunteering, etc. We want to make a difference. We want something new to fix or figure out. What happens when for some time nothing inspires you and you wander aimlessly in search of something and/or someone to believe in? Someone to believe in you? It’s exhausting.
Some people just give up the search and settle for the mundane or just decide they are comfortable where they are and say to themselves ‘what more could I ask for?’ I sometimes envy those people because life might be easier. But then again it is probably harder in many ways to pretend and be someone you are not.
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