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Matty the Damned:
Lassie,

I too think it's a fantastic thing for you to do. HIV organisations are built on a firm foundation of volunteers. Capable, caring volunteers do make a real difference in the lives of HIV positive people.

Regards,

MtD

jkinatl2:
Scottlassie, you are a hero of the pandemic.

 Anyone who devotes their time and energy to making the world a better place has earned all the accolades this world, and any others, have to offer.

I cannot stress that enough. You totally rock. Its people like yourself that turn me away from the abyss of total cynicism. Its people like you who I have to keep in mind before I say "people suck" with such abandon.

Anyone who spends time and energy helping other people, helping a cause, doing what they believe to be in the best interests of our fragile, weary world, is a hero of the greatest proportions.

anniebc:
Hi Lassie

I just wanted to agree with the others, it's a wonderful thing you are doing...if it wasn't for those who are willing to step forward and give their time this world would crumble....thanks for stepping up to the line.

Hugs
Jan :-*

scotslassie:
thanks guys am very excited! Am about to send all my stuff off so should hear quite soon

I guess 7/7 for me, being british, makes a difference to me. The lives lost, not only on sept 11th and july 7th, but also in Iraq, in other wars,  in Africa etc etc makes me think we should all do something

This morning, while watching all the year on from the london bombings, I thought if we all did something small then maybe the world would be a brighter place. If we all felt we could help others, and not sit around while people hurt others, then maybe we could change the planet?????

I just hope I can make some kind of a difference, even if it means making one person smile and feel happier- Ill feel good. I guess thats why Im a teacher too.

scotslassie:

--- Quote from: AlanBama on July 06, 2006, 09:08:29 PM ---I think this is great!   We need more volunteerism.

My first "Lazarus Syndrome" Job (when the meds gave me my life back and I was able to get up out of bed and out of the wheelchair) was volunteering at DeKalb Medical Center in Atlanta in the telemetry unit.   I did everything, from wheeling patients around to entering data on the computer.

It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.   I'm sure they will be glad to get your help!

Hugs,
Alan

--- End quote ---

did you enjoy the experience and did it make you feel different in any way alan?

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