On being truly involved

In past post and on my regular workshops and one-on-one meetings with clients, I emphasize the importance of being involved and being proactive.

This is not just a suggestion for those looking for a job, but for anybody who wants to be fully present in their own lives and the decisions that are made around them. Decisions that affect their environment, their future and the future of their children.

I was a bit disappointed not to see a single client or neighbour at yesterday’s Surrey Community Summit. It was a terrific opportunity to see what their city is doing about issues that affect all of us: from strengthening the local economy to engage communities and grassroots groups into solutions and opportunities to deal with the many challenges the city faces.

The Summit presented the research of the Sustainability Charter and their plan (which can be checked here), provided many ways for people to engage in projects such as community gardens, sustainable transportation, integration of newcomers, etc.

For those of you interested in digging these subjects more and linking with existent groups, I suggest to register to receive City of Surrey newsletter and also check the links below:

Sustainability Charter

Sustainability & Energy

City Speaks

Volunteering Opportunities


About Silvia TIC

Welcome to these exercises inside the dimensions of what we are: we are what we dream and think and feel, but we are also the different characters we perform, not just the roles (mother, wife, friend), but those things we call “occupations” or “earning a life”. More than anything, we are part of a giant ecosystem and all what we do connects and impacts others (people, animals, plants, air, water...)

Posted on April 8, 2013, in Resilient Living and Choices, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on On being truly involved.

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