One sandwich at a time.

When I was in the third grade, I wrote my first poem.

Most kids in my class were writing about chasing butterflies, riding their bikes, and going to the zoo.

I chose to write about homelessness, world hunger, and everyday violence.

I grew up in Washington, D.C. during the 80’s when it was called, “The Murder Capital” because it had the highest crime rate of any city in the United States.

It was challenging time in the city. I remember having a burning need to give back in some way. I really wanted to change the world.It sounded good, but was a wee bit overwhelming for my 8 year old mind to fathom how to get started.

That’s why I love this conversation with Erin. She is doing amazing things, and it all started with one small act of compassion.

If you have BIG aspirations, but you’re not sure how to get started, come chat with us.Erin shares her story.

Tweet it!

“Traveling taught me a lot about listening to my intuition and listening to my heart.”@ErinDinan @kyanaminer #crazycourage

“We’re all just here to help one another.” @ErinDinan @kyanaminer #crazycourage

“If you look back in history, whenever there’s been big changes, they all start with the smallest actions” @ErinDinan  #crazycourage

“It took courage for me to realize I had to be good to myself in order to make a change.”@ErinDinan @kyanaminer #crazycourage

To learn more about Erin, onesandwichatatime.com.

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