Where Ten Dollars Can Make A Difference

My buddy Ken Medema, a superb songwriter/singer and the musician on our CD, The Littlest Angel, just came up with a GREAT giving idea. Instead of the usual Christmas gifts that he sends to over 200 friends and supporters, Ken sent out $10 to each of us. Here’s why: He received money as a gift at the same time his new CD, Sea Change, came out. This album encourages us to engage in a new way of seeing and acting in our world and community. Rather than use the money to pay bills. Ken decided to share the wealth, inviting each of us to use it to make Sea Change. Sea Change—or could it be to “SEE Change”. That’s been what I’ve experienced since the end of October when we all realized that our 91 year-old Mom could no longer be alone in her duplex in Ft. Lauderdale Transition is never easy. And when one’s short term memory is slipping away along with energy and vitality—ahh what a hard change to see! This money will be part of my donation to the Alzheimer’s Association. Every 72 seconds, someone in the US develops Alzheimer’s. Our rapidly aging population will see the incidents of this horrid disease skyrocket. It takes a toll on everyone. And—of course—resources are very limited. If you had $10 to give, what would be your sea change??


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