We all grew up learning to share with each other and with most things in life, some learn better than others. It’s with this thought in mind that we reflect on the idea of shared abundance.
First, we all need to focus on the many things we have to be thankful for. We have been blessed with great richness here. The wonderful lifestyle we have is hard to be critical of. Our communities have leaders who care about our collective future. Volunteerism is more widespread and effective here than in most places. Our Education System is top notch and our kids are getting the benefits of leading teachers and college/career head starts. Our faith-based community is active, well supported and collectively add tremendous value through their outreach programs to support spirit, mind and body. And let’s not forget clean air, great water and superior locally grown organic foods.