To begin, let me first say that I am not a preacher, nor do I practice or teach, specifically, the world of God. I am ordained through the Universal Life Church in Modesco, California. I believe, as they do, that the first and foremost important rule in living life and the treatment of others is simply, "Do what is right." It's not a difficult concept. And it's not what "feels" right, it's what we all know is right. And with just the slightest amount of self sacrifice and common decency, simply doing what is right can accomplish much. Just give it a try. And spread the word.
"Do only that which is right."
While I can not say definitively in what manner I would like to be working for others, I can say that I have a growing passion for helping children and young adults. We live in a time where our every word or emotion can be expressed or presented in some manner online...for the entire world. It brings a vast amount of knowledge to our youths, who may not be ready what life has to offer. Whether it is lure towards actions or lifestyles that they are not prepared for or the sharing of one's self or life that the child him/herself does not yet appreciate or understand yet; they need our guidance. Growing up, we all make mistakes and we can all learn from them, but today's youths, with their digital personas, no longer have the benefit of having out mistakes forgotten. On the contrary, they often torment and come back to haunt them more than prior generations ever could experience.
We must prepare them and guide them, if we expect them to carry us (Humanity) into the future.