Many years ago, I remember reading an article that deeply affected me. Unfortunately, I remember neither title nor author, publication nor the overall article. What I do remember is the author’s assertion that we should periodically take time to stop and think, “Where am I? What am I doing? Why am I doing it?” It’s easy to get so caught up in the minutiae of everyday life that we forget to consider our actions and whether they are carrying out what values we espouse, or whether they’re things we enjoy or even want to be doing.
I appreciated this short video, then, because being interviewed for it–and subsequently viewing it–afforded an opportunity to stop myself and ask, “Why do I support LifeNets?” There are a lot of reasons for my support, and for the support of others–but I’ll let you view that for yourself.