Like you, good readers, I wake up every morning eager to make the world a better place.
There's so much good to be done.
If you're working at a full-time job, you're making the world a better place.
If you're serving in your family, neighborhood, community, or in your ward (or other church), you're making the world a better place.
If you're helping someone in need, financially, emotionally, spiritually, or physically, you're making the world a better place.
From time to time, I post about these ideas on my blog https://howtozion.blogspot.com/.
Because I'm retired from full-time job commitments, here are some of the things I enjoy doing to make the world a better place. What do you like to do?
- Substitute teaching in local public schools.
- Teaching Institute online.
- Working with my wife to train Pathway missionaries in South America.
- Teaching for a Chinese university online, representing BYU.
- Blogging about Gospel principles and concepts, Church history, etc.
- Writing books and articles.
- Speaking at conferences, firesides, etc.
|Grandkids climbing at Snowbird|
- Painting portraits, landscapes, and historical events.
- Helping someone in need financially, emotionally, spiritually, and/or physically.
- Golfing, fishing, tennis, basketball, kayaking, swimming, and various other sports/activities with other people.
- Ward and stake service projects.
- Ward callings.
- Having people over for dinner.
- Family activities. For example, last week we had a quick trip to Utah and took our grandkids to Snowbird on the tram, etc.
The Scout motto - do a good turn daily - even has an app: https://goodturn.app/.