This blog is about the most important lesson I have learned from Clay Aiken. Since January 12, 2010, we have been reading about Haiti, which has been devastated by an Earthquake measuring 7.0 in magnitude. Tens of thousands (actually it's more than likely hundreds of thousands) of people are dead and millions are in need of assistance in the form of food, water, medicine, medical attention.
So the most important lesson I've learned from Clay Aiken? Through his Ambassadorship with UNICEF, I have learned to give when I can and what I can. Early on in my journey, it would sometimes take a gentle reminder from Clay to draw my attention to an area of the world in need. Not any more. I am now following Clay's example and rather than him asking me to donate, I'm just donating - because it's the right thing to do. As citizens of this world, we need to take care of each other - Clay Aiken has opened my eyes to that.
How can you help? Please read over at The Clay Nation News Network together, we can make a difference.