Make the World Safe for
Menstuff® looks a life-mission and why you were placed on this
earth. See also BumperStickers.
I had been working in the world for over fifteen years "To be a
major factor in the elimination of male violence in the universe." A
statement, refined over time, where each word had importance and
meaning. During a weekend training I attended back in 1990, however,
my little boy spoke to me and my mission took a dramatic shift. It
became transformed, as my work has since then, into: "Make the World
Safe for Children". With that in mind, I ask you to see what part you
play in all of this.
The decisions you make everyday effect life as we know it on this
planet. Here are some things you can do:
- Look at the way you are in the world, how you release or stuff
your anger, how you treat strangers, friends, loved ones,
children. Are you a good role model for children and other adults?
What if every decision and action you made, at home, at work and
in the world was based on making the world safe for children?
- Take a moment to day-dream: what kind of a world would that
be? What would it look like? Are you willing to actively help
create that world?
- Look at your personal commitment to the environment, your
health (both physical and mental), exercise and the food you eat.
Stop putting off those decisions to "get healthy".
- Copy this letter and mail or fax it to all your friends and
relatives asking them to do the same.
- Send a letter to politicians at the federal, state and local
level encouraging them to make only those decisions that insure a
world safe for children.
- Encourage children through school and church to send a letter
(1) to President Clinton asking him to make only those decisions
that insure a world safe for children and (2) to their parents
asking them to "Make this world a safe place for me in everything
- Use resources at your disposal - local bulletin boards at
grocery stores, laundromats, the office, on computers, etc. to
spread the word.
Men and fathers do care. Do you? If so, get actively involved in
any way you can to see to it that change happens.
Think about it! Then do something about it - TODAY! It's not too
late! And, if you think of additional things to add to this list, let
us know. - Gordon Clay (See also What
Have You Done for You Lately.)
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It is clear that most American children suffer too much mother and
too little father. - Gloria Steinem
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