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Monday, November 28, 2016

Errand of Mercy








Errand of Mercy,
or,
Tomorrow Is "Giving Tuesday,"
by Liviana (Giovanna L.)


Tomorrow is "Giving Tuesday," a global day dedicated to giving back.  For those who can and would like to give to a charity on this Giving Tuesday, many worthy causes exist.  You may of course select one or more of your own ways of being charitable and compassionate on Giving Tuesday, but I would like to recommend the following (to my knowledge, none of these have ever endorsed any political candidate, unlike some in my list last year):


in memory of Leonard Nimoy (if you like, or in memory of someone in your life)















Thanks for giving, you who are willing and able to do so.

If you are not able to give, that's alright, too.  I've been there myself, and I understand.








The title of the post comes from Star Trek (The Original Series), Season 1, episode 26;  episode 26 overall;  production code 27.


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