There are a million reasons to live.
CollectTheReasons.org is attempting to collect them all.
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According to the site:
"CollectTheReasons.org is a site where we remember some of the reasons why we are here — on this beautiful planet. Maybe it will help someone who had a tough day, or maybe make someone smile or laugh."
Share your reasons to live here.
Today is the fourth annual Bell Let's Talk Day, a day in which Canadians are encouraged to join the conversation about mental health and end the stigma.
Bell will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives for every text message sent and mobile and long distance call made on its network. It will also donate for every tweet including #BellLetsTalk and Facebook share of the Bell Let’s Talk image.
Since 2011, Bell has committed more than $62 million to Canadian mental health initiatives. Earlier this month, the company announced a $2.5 million donation to Kids Help Phone to help launch a new online and mobile tool to make mental health services and programs more accessible.
"Mental health is a very important issue," Dr. Kellie Leitch, the Minister of Labour and Status of Women, in a release. "As a practicing physician, I regularly work with and see children who have experienced difficult situations. It is reassuring to know that they have a place to turn — Kids Help Phone and Bell provide an invaluable service for millions of young people in Canada."