A – Appreciate and accept your self and Self, please share…
We would love to know a little more about YOU. Please share with your friends and family something about yourself that you are happy about or proud of or pleased with. If you prefer, you can share anonymously here. Please know this and repeat this often: “I am appreciated, I am loved, I am better and better, I am appreciated for (please finish sentence).” Thank you!
The context for http://www.iamappreciatedfor.com is below:
This is the context — “I am appreciated for” is a space for comments similar to a student report card or self-evaluation report you have to do on a job. What inspired this website? A nonprofit organization has hundreds of devoted volunteers who have generously served the community well for decades. The leaders wanted to encourage their volunteers to share what they have been up to, otherwise their donors and other volunteers would not know. Also the nonprofit organization want the volunteers to know how much the volunteers are appreciated for all the services they provide to the community. Since the organization has no staff, without the volunteers the loving friendship programs could not continue. The nonprofit organization want to empower the volunteers to give themselves credit. Ultimately, what a person thinks of himself or herself matters. “Love Appreciates, People Matter, Results Count”
The web posts here help provide positive energy to the universe to counterbalance negativity. They provide evidence of personal growth and evolution. Over time, comments reveal expanding awareness and who the person has become. In essence we are all One Awareness or Consciousness so comments here will help us all to evolve toward our highest potential.
This volunteer website, iamappreciatedfor.com, was put up by volunteers to honor other volunteers, mentors and co-sponsors who do so much for the community. The volunteer leaders simply did not feel they had enough time to thank everybody enough. And they could not be more specific because the volunteers are so humble that they will never talk about what they do, they are much too busy doing the good deeds. The hope was to provide some space for people to share, cheer and inspire others.
Therefore please understand that “Iamappreciatedfor” is NOT an arrogant statement. Please understand the context, intention and motive of the co-sponsors of the website, iamappreciatedfor.com The intention was to provide a space for feedback on what they volunteers have been up to, to honor and thank the volunteers for who they are and for what they do for the community. It is also intended to be a way to encourage people to focus on the good they do in order to heal themselves of depression/sickness and to strengthen their own mental health and wellness.
The nonprofit 501c3 organization (Allies Building Community Inc. (A.B.C.) appreciates the facts provided for the record here. They want to encourage people to empower themselves and to share here so that others will know and be inspired by what the volunteers do. Also they want their volunteers to know that they are deeply appreciated. This is an experiential website to facilitate sharing for better communications and for educational purposes. For more information and suggestions, feel free to email email@example.com Thank you again for caring and for your participation! Please help us and finish this sentence “I am appreciated for….” and KNOW that you are appreciated! Don’t forget your great sense of humor! Have fun here!