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Humanitarian Movement at Clark Atlanta University (CAU)

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Humanitarian Movement at Clark Atlanta University (CAU)
Please see the IMVC.org calendar for the schedule of meet-ups to catalyze this movement.
Posted by HeartDoc Andrew on August 31, 2011 Full Size| Slideshow

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Reply HeartDoc Andrew
2:00 PM on April 19, 2014 
our motto while http://WDJW.net/Tarrying at the Global Health and Humanitarian Summit ( http://bit.ly/2014GHHS ) is "Win the pursuit of happiness now; Catch it with the joy of being a humanitarian" with all glory to GOD :-) Laus Deo :-)
Reply HeartDoc Andrew
6:28 AM on November 4, 2011 
Reminds all to check this web site's calendar for more details. We appreciate your feedback either here (no registration required) or on the calendar.
Reply Tai Chi guy
10:28 AM on October 27, 2011 
Win the "pursuit of happiness" NOW...

... Catch it with the joy of being a humanitarian :-)

What is a humanitarian?

A person who mindfully chooses to openly care with their heart plus(+) the choice to meet unwanted needs.

What is an unwanted need?

Something people need **but** don't want starting with the definition of a humanitarian which people need to be a humanitarian but don't want because they don't want to be a humanitarian because of falsely thinking humanitarians are so selfless that they even give up joy/happiness. Another unwanted need is the need to know that being hungry is wonderful even though no one wants to know this because no one wants to be hungry.
Reply HeartDoc Andrew
11:25 AM on September 5, 2011 
keeps being reminded that from the first two Summits (2010 and 2011) we've learned that in order to receive the Spirit of Volunteerism, we must choose to be willing to care about others **plus** choose to "tarry" to find out what people need **but** do not want. We really need the Spirit of Volunteerism in order to be able to give people what they don't even know they need. We, especially those of us who are physicians, really need the Spirit of Volunteerism in order to be the humanitarians we all know we should be.

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