What Inspires You?
When I learned that the United States stockpiled food and the government paid for it, while people in other countries went hungry, I vowed to do something about it when I grew up!
At age 17, I had a life-changing experience. My college had a very strict Honor Code. It was drilled into us from day one, not to cheat, steal, lie or break one's word of honor, which terrified us all as Freshmen. However, by year four and graduation, I hadn't cheated, stolen or broken my word of honor, and I hadn't seen anyone else do that. I knew that this code inspired me to live by my code of honor.
Fast forward twenty years. When I learned about The Virtues Project in 1991, I knew that my personal beliefs were a match for an initiative that helps us all satisfy another kind of hunger: to live a meaningful life by discovering and developing our virtues, such as love, kindness, respect, caring, honesty, peacefulness and honor.
For more than twenty years, I've been honored to facilitate hundreds of workshops and webinars worldwide for individuals, parents, educators and business people to help them live more purposeful, joyful and peaceful lives.
What experience in your life has inspired you to make the world a better place?
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