Data shows us that people from all over the world are feeling more divided from their country and peers than at any time in history. Politics, religion, socio-economic status, ethnicity, and lifestyle choices are no longer topics for well thought out discussion but instead are individual dividers that have people vehemently opposed to one another.
Regardless of our passion about a subject, viewing those with different “truths” as enemies leads to an immediate “you vs I” outlook. It makes all of us flock to our core “groups” and those people we consider to be like-minded. It also creates an environment of judgment and sometimes hatred towards our fellow man/woman.
What is the Same Journey Movement?
The “Same Journey Movement” is a campaign of kindness. We want to give like-minded people, as well as those with opposing views, the opportunity to embrace a group which we are all part of which is “humanity”.
We feel there is no better way to make the world a better place then taking a moment out of your day to perform a good deed for someone.
By doing so, one finds not only do they have an immediate impact on the person receiving the gift, but they unlock a feeling in themselves that can’t be found anywhere else.
Our hope is that by uncovering the magical impact of being thoughtful that we can start to change the world one act at a time. If you are ready to join this Journey with us, read about our Kindness Cards here and consider grabbing your 10 free cards.
About Our Writers
Eva Lynn lives in South Carolina with her husband, two sons and Pitbull, Ralph. In her spare time, Eva enjoys sitting around a bonfire with her family. She is also an active member in her church. She directs the choir, spends time working with the prison ministry and is also involved with the women’s group. Eva is a writer and inmate advocate.
Once incarcerated herself, Eva continues to rise above the challenges of being a convicted felon in our society. She hopes to enlighten others about the tragic reality inmates continue to experience behind prison walls. Determined to stop the mistreatment of inmates, Eva’s fights to improve the living conditions for inmates through holding Correctional Institutions accountable for their abusive and demeaning actions. She hopes to form a nationwide support network for the loved ones of those incarcerated and for those who have been released. Eva’s dream is to make second chances a reality for convicted felons.
Alexis Elliott is a writer, photographer, entrepreneur, and spreader of good vibes. She believes we can make the world can be a better place through compassion and education. Her goal is to inspire others through her art, writing, and sense of humor.
When she’s not hard at work you can catch this self-proclaimed comedy nerd laughing with friends, hanging out with her Jack Russell Terrier Brew, or traveling to new places.
Ryan C. Robert
Ryan C. Robert is a comedy blogger and personal essayist that runs the website Totallylogicalfear.com. What he lacks in ability to cook anything other than a salad, he makes up for by being able to… write an advice column from the perspective of a praying mantis? Am I reading this right? Uh… okay…
Carrie Lowrance is an author and writer. Her work has been published on Huffington Post, The Penny Hoarder, Bon Bon Break and Crosswalk. She is also the author of two children’s books, Don’t Eat Your Boogers (You’ll Turn Green) and Brock’s Bad Temper (And The Time Machine). You can learn more about Carrie and her writing at www.carrielowrance.com
Daniel Cooksey is a writer, rock climber and all around outdoor enthusiast who loves share his experiences with others. Located in Seattle, WA (For the moment), he is passionate on connecting with others on a deeper level, in a hopes to inspire and motivate people to bring out the best in themselves.
Micaela Segal de la Garza
Micaela Segal de la Garza is an educator and a multilingual jill-of-all-trades whose passions are peace education and communication. With bilingual experience in the classroom and recording studio, Mica is a people-person with a Masters in International Peace, Conflict and Development Studies and a love for dance.
Molly Weinfurter is a writer and editor that specializes in short stories and blog writing. She typically writes realistic fiction stories and anything involving dogs. She moved from Wisconsin to Florida to get a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing. When she’s not writing, she’s either spending time with her Shih Tzu or playing Just Dance for hours.