Sierra Club activist on saving the planet
December 17, 2010





What reaffirms your commitment when it wavers?

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Johanson : May 17, 2014 07:37 am
Great job. I appreciate the motive of this site. And its a glad thing to new that there are people who are concerned about the mother nature and trying to protect her from all possible threats. And i support this group in all the activities. Kudos!!
Lorra Schultz : July 04, 2012 03:04 am
Kudos to Madam Sarah Hodgdon. She is very inspiring to know that she devotes her life in saving mother earth. I wish her more power and good health so that she could gather more and more people to join her crusade.
Josie : June 21, 2011 09:08 pm
I would say it is history that reaffirms my commitment when it wavers. Either history in my own life, or the world's history. One of the main things I learned from all my history classes at school was that there is always somebody or something to insprire you. History shows me that things can be done when I start thinking that they can't. And yes, of course history could be used to make you even more unsure because of all of the failures. But my commitment doesn't waver because I realize that failing is possible; I always knew failing was possible. My commitment wavers because I start to think succeeding is impossible. Because history not only includes the world's failures but also the world's successes, it gives me hope.
Kevin : February 08, 2011 09:08 pm
Despite all the fear I have about global warming I also feel tremendously safe knowing that there are people in the world who are so committed to solving these problems and I think that we all owe them a debt of gratitude.
Michael : January 05, 2011 02:02 am
What passion, what commitment! A very inspiring story. My guess is that most activists have their moments of flying and of doubt. Those that push forward and keep going make a difference, just as Sarah has.
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