Sea Turtles & Covid Orphans

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Reverence for Life

The phrase “reverence for life” was originated by Dr. Albert Schweitzer (French theologian, philosopher, and missionary physician, 1875-1965) to describe his belief that life has value.

 

Because just one or two percent of baby turtles survive the first year, humans help turtle hatchlings survive till they get to the ocean?

 

Many humans have a reverence for life and compassion for other living things. When others need a helping hand, they volunteer.

So, get to the point already?

When sea turtles hatch, they instinctively head for the ocean to fulfill their purpose.

 

Children, like turtles, need help as they enter the world. The big difference? Humans are born without a built-in purpose. They need to discover their purpose, a reason, to succeed in life.

 

Orphans often have to 'go it alone' falling behind those with parents or caregivers.  Their lives are often complicated by mental health issues.

Volunteers can make a huge difference in the lives of those who were unlucky in life ... Covid orphans.

Show your reverence for life. Become a Registered Volunteer. We'll figure out how you can help our mission.

                 Volunteer!

Hatchlings and Covid orphans each face uncertain futures.

Covid orphans, like hatchling turtles, need help to survive, strive and thrive.

Many give time to help others.
Some give donations to help those with time to give.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.' - Winston Churchill.

"What is the true meaning of 'living life'?

When we discover our purpose, we find that the meaning of life is simply to live toward our chosen purpose. Once we find our purpose, we then have a reason to live and remain alive." ... Anon.

 

Bluebird Awards purpose is helping Covid orphan children and young people find their purpose in life. A worldwide army of volunteers can make a difference for over 5,000,000 Covid orphans. Compassionate volunteers with available time and generous donors can unite to cure heartbreak. We cannot help everyone, but we can make a difference for some.

What does living the life mean?

Living life to the fullest means continually reaching out for newer, richer, deeper, life-changing experiences. It means using those experiences as a means for personal growth and pushing the boundaries of yourself mentally, spiritually, and intellectually for the betterment of yourself and the world at large. Our mission is to enable Covid orphans to better manage their mental health and enjoy life. 

ONE FINAL THOUGHT:  Sea turtles are peaceful creatures. They don't grow up angry at the world causing mayhem often resulting in harm to others later in life. Consider this 1981 Fram oil filter commercial, "Pay me now or pay me later."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pay me now or pay me later applies to mental health as well. Investing in mental health is preventative medicine. Pay for it now or pay the price later.

 

"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," said Ben Franklin.  It's still great advice today.