Millions of dollars yet people go hungry or without healthcare.
Millions of people in the world and yet there are people who are alone.
Millions of seconds in a year and yet it just takes one second – one smile, one touch – to make a difference in someone’s life.
Joining a new photo challenge: “Thursday’s Special” this week the challenge is Think Pink
Pretty in Pink
And for Breast Cancer Awareness
Daily Prompt: Waiting
I hate waiting with nothing to do. I’m one of those people that would always carry a book, or something to do, whenever going to a doctors appointment or to any place where I might have to wait. Of course now I generally have my phone with me and try to get some work done on that, while waiting. I do still, sometimes, bring along a book or something.
Entry for Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Rocks
Took this back while at the Tucson Climb 4 The Fallen (September 11, 2016)…. just a friendly reminder from Drexel Heights Fire Department.
Urgency is relative.
When it comes to a 911 call, the person making (or initiating) the call it may seem help cannot come quickly enough. Possibly nothing would seem as urgent as the situation they are in (and perhaps they are right)….
On the flip side there are such statements as “haste makes waste” and “the hurrier I go, the behinder I get”. If police or fire & rescue go rushing into a scene they risk missing something, something that could mean the difference between life and death to themselves, to others… perhaps it is not so much that the urgency of situation is relative but that the importance is how you react & respond to that urgency… Remember this: If you don’t have a couple seconds to Stop, Think, and Plan in a situation – regardless of urgency – you don’t have the time period.
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