“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.” ― Mother Teresa
“If we find peace among the monkees, it is because we remember.” – Glennon Doyle Melton
Now a whole community of women were telling their truth and working hard to understand one another. People who were very different, but who had the common goal of understanding and loving each other better.
Quite unexpectedly, they felt so deeply connected it filled them up. And once women fill up, they tend to spill out and overflow. They wanted other women to join them and feel better too. So they reached out to a couple of hurting women who needed help.
What they found was that helping these women further healed their own broken hearts. And they began to believe what they had been taught as young girls, that giving is as much for the giver as it is for the receiver. When they added up all of their little offerings of time, money, and talent, together they could make amazing things happen. Things they never could have done alone. This created a deep sense of belonging to one another.
Monkee See — Monkee Do is the natural outpouring generated by these women’s small efforts. It’s a helping, healing revolution.