Mantra I take responsibility for my life. No matter how we arrived here, we are all going forward together. We are here to grow as people, family, and neighbors where all our lives matter.Mission; YES! My Life Matters will exist to help people who otherwise will suffer needlessly on the streets. By providing a hands-on working village built around gardening, agriculture, animals, and with helping hands, they can learn to trust and to live in a safe environment.Vision My vision is to shift the energy from non functioning individuals and lifestyles into productive thriving families and communities by way of a group called Yes! My Life Matters. To return the lost and forgotten, homeless, addicted and mentally unstable persons to a safe life. There is a life out there that they have missed, the life they deserve, the life God intended for them to have.“YES! MY LIFE MATTERS”YES! My Life Matters is strength, it’s powerful, it doesn’t hide in the shadows, it jumps to the front of the line and says YES, I’ll do it YES! As we are gathering together the message will be loud and clear YES! Sends a supportive message filled with hope YES! Is a never-ending positive force YES! Is a welcome, an invitation YES! To acts of kindness YES! Is a verbal smile My goal is to do something so big and bold that broken lives will be changed and remain changed for their entire lives.My job will be to help people to find their quality attributes, expose them, grow with them, and to find their new path towards self-respect.YES! My Life Matters offers a new view of possibilities. A culture using accountability, communication, transparency and acts of kindness. Cheryl GravesThis purposeful book outlines a plan to rehabilitate the homeless and what it will take to really tackle the destructive pattern of life on the streets and in shelters. Finally, a real solution to the cause and effects of the homeless problems, by addressing human nature at its core, the need for belonging, the need to be present and accountable, the need to experience accomplishments and the need for purpose. Every person has the basic need to fit into a safe environment and life sustaining necessities like food and shelter. There is no accomplishment in receiving handouts, in fact quite the opposite, it directly lowers self-esteem and ultimately self-respect. Self-esteem and self-worth are built on pride and being worthy. This plan, the YES! My Life Matters covers it all, and in a way that even I, a pessimist on this issue, am now a believer. Depriving humans of meaningful tasks is a slow and steady death to one’s quality of life. By building meaningful lives we can all share in the victory.This rehabilitation plan for the unfortunate wanderers offers nothing for free. It offers revised education, on-the-job training, hands-on working education programs, apprenticeship programs, and life and personal skills awareness. By building a strong and loved family we can begin to love ourselves, be good neighbors and excel at our jobs. In a way we are returning to the days when life itself was our boot camp. A sensible, realistic, attainable and worthy plan. Only when we are respectful can we be respected! Building programs on self-respect and stopping the enabling programs that only allow people to become dependent, is smart! A plan worth investing in. This plan does not provide housing and food but provides the necessary foundations to grow and produce Eco-friendly crops and proteins along with the necessary tools to build your own home and share work-space. This project-based learning program will revitalize lives and set boundaries to literally rebuild this community. Read this book, it can change lives and change how our system can be redirected towards greatness again. Book ll, Re-formed welfare, foster kids, parenting, disabilities, teachers, veterans, senior care and wasted tax dollars.
Paperback :186 pages
Item Weight :12 ounces
Publisher :Independently published (August 8, 2019)