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In their book, "The Good Life: Helen and Scott Nearing's Sixty Years of Self-Sufficient Living," they wrote about their own experiences with volunteer work and how it enriched their lives. They saw volunteerism as a way to build connections with others, learn new skills, and contribute to the common good.
The Nearing's believed that volunteerism was a way to promote social justice and equality, and that it could be a powerful tool for positive change in society. They encouraged people to find causes and organizations that aligned with their values and interests, and to get involved in any way they could.
Overall, the Nearing's saw volunteerism as an essential part of living a fulfilling and meaningful life, and believed that everyone had something to contribute to their community through volunteering.
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