The ball of Human Kindness en route to D.C.
November 22, 2013
Hosted by Gabriella van Rij
My slogan "we as a society have dropped the ball of Human Kindness". Will you help me pick it up? We are starting a movement where the ball might be dropped but has to always be picked up by someone… If we do not pick it up "ONE CHILD DIES" … due to bullying or cyber-tormenting... We will try to cross all major cities in the US and small towns too, if you need us in your town or city please feel free to all us at 415-656-6656. Follow us via blog: gabriellavanrij.com/blog or instagram and all other social media The hashtag is #pickuptheball Links: Blog: http://gabriellavanrij.com/blog/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/gabriellavanrij Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Authorgabriella Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/gabriellavanrij Tulare Union High School: Instagram: tu_redskin (this is the school hashtag #projectZ) Instagram: redskinqueen (Dr. Michelle Nunley - Principal)
Friday at 9 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Our society has dropped the ball on Human Kindness. Why? We have replaced technology and obtaining whatever we desire instantly delivered to our doorstep, without thought or consequence to our environment or ourselves.
Our show will bring you the possibility to be evoked, educated and empowered to make changes in your own life.
Won't you join me on my journey to pick up the ball of human kindness and to spread the notion that when we put "our fears" aside, no one will ever be treated without common courtesy? When fearful, we turn into something terrible, all because of the fear we feel.
Let's truly become the "melting pot" that we were meant to be! Come and listen to national and international guests, who will give us an ear full of their experiences with kindness, and how they are making a dent in helping overcome all social issues. Might Radio, is broadcast live every Friday at 9 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
Gabriella van Rij
Born in Pakistan in the 60’s, adopted three years later by an affluent Dutch family, Gabriella knows firsthand what it is like not to fit in. Gabriella has learned how to adapt and how fear of one another brings distrust and disaccord to relationships. This has translated into two topics we only know too well: bullying and racism. Bullying is an epidemic worldwide. Gabriella will use her voice to help eradicate and try to save one child at a time.
She has travelled extensively around the world learning two of the most valuable lessons in life: losing fear finding self, and It’s OK not to belong. It’s OK to have one leg in the East and one in the West and to belong to neither.
She is now the author of With All my Might, which is her inaugural offering as International Activist and Advocate. With All My Might is a retrospective on her life and three major dates as told to a Dutch journalist set against the backdrop of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia. The three dates used by Gabriella as a foundation for her compelling story are those of her multicultural adoption into a Dutch family, the birth of her only daughter, and the death of her adopted mother. These dates are used to weave together a story addressing the universal issues of family, intolerance, bullying, racism, not belonging, and ultimately acceptance.
Personal Quote: “I dare to live, dare to love, dare to give, dare to be, passionate with all of me” - G.N.A. van Rij