God gives us talents and faculties, and making people laugh is one of mine.I don't have to be digging latrines in Honduras to serve humanity.I've had the opportunity to mention it in several articles and TV interviews, such as on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson."For years Holly and I hosted a belief night - a devotional gathering where we invited people of different religious beliefs to our home.We asked them to bring something to share about their spiritual path. We had atheists, Christian Scientists, Buddhist monks...He wants us to live rich, full, loving lives in service to God's will and the human family.
And I'll be working as a spokesperson with the Mona Foundation, a Baha'i-inspired not-for-profit organization that tries to provide quality education to all children, raise the status of women and girls, and build community. My feeling about the Faith is that it provides a practical guideline for living one's life.So much about religion has to do with rigid, sacrosanct preciousness.I don't live my life that way, and I don't feel that's what Baha'u'llah teaches.But if you are so angry, so depressed and so sore that your spirit cannot find deliverance and peace even in prayer, then quickly go and give some pleasure to someone lowly or sorrowful, or to a guilty or innocent sufferer! Some have simply fried their hard drives for the rest of time or live in a perpetual chemical fog.Sacrifice yourself, your talent, your time, your rest to another, to one who has to bear a heavier load than you—and your unhappy mood will dissolve into a blessed, contented submission to God.” ― Rainn Wilson, “Teachers can make such a profound impact on our lives and should be honored as heroes, I believe. I'm betting not one of them would say, "It was worth it.” ― Rainn Wilson, “7.