The great Welsh labor organizer and author Elizabeth Andrews said, “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.” Having a heart. That’s at the core of Kabbalah-inspired volunteerism. The Kabbalah Centre is big on volunteerism because it knows that it creates a win-win situation.
Those who benefit from volunteer help see their lives improved, and those who do the volunteering discover a deeper and more profound meaning of life. There’s just something about giving your time and energy to a great cause that’s a balm to the soul.
Kabbalah Centre volunteers can be found scattered throughout the world, working on everything from cleaning trash from rivers and beaches, to working in homeless shelters and running food banks.
The Kabbalah Centre Volunteer Program is the foundation upon which the organization is built. One doesn’t just learn the precepts of the Kabbalah – one lives it. Kabbalah is not just a philosophy, it’s a practical force for getting things done, and making things better.
Right now, there are probably tens of thousands of people who have thought about volunteering, but don’t know where to start. The Kabbalah Centre realized early on that in order for people to get moving, it is extremely helpful to have a sponsor and organizing structure which can help shape planet-helping efforts where they are most needed.
If you have always wanted to volunteer for a good cause, contacting a Kabbalah Centre or visiting the Kabbalah Centre website is a great place to start, find direction, and start doing something important for your city or neighborhood.
And remember the words of Seth Parker: “You may not have saved a lot of money in your life, but if you have saved a lot of heartaches for other folks, you are a pretty rich man.”