Avoiding the DONO Trap

“Do Nothing”.

If you are capable of doing something. Don’t do nothing.

If you learn of someone’s intention and can help. Don’t do nothing.

If you can read about atrocities and can help. Don’t do nothing.

If you can’t do what needs to be done, all on your own. Don’t do nothing. Do something with others.

TheĀ African-American folk music and Piedmont blues singer and guitarist, Brownie McGhee said it best.

“Something is better than nothing. Doin’ anything for a man, there’s investments involved, there’s time and production. It’s better to give him ten bucks and get a record out than to never record the cat.”

If you can do, then do, but don’t do nothing.