Emotional hijacking? If you are 75% human as opposed to 100% android, then there are crying spells that you do not share socially across Twitter, Facebook and Vine. SmartyGirlHome Editors male and female are in your corner. If the strongest of us, didn’t shed tears how could we be web warriors? Think warriors don’t cry? Read by The Warrior’s Heart by Eric Greitens (rhymes with brightens)reviewed by SmartyGirlLeadership (SGL) Media’s Editor-in-Chief Renee Marchol. Support for literal Soldiers Shoulder for Front Line Moms Solidarity with Everyday Activists Thought-starters? Children’s book titles are haikus of the universal human experience. Soon we’ll be expressing ourselves as Viewpoint from Outpost Earth. For instance? Ivy and Bean’s What’s the Big Idea? Second-graders Ivy and Bean are pummeled with bad news bearing jaded fifth-graders. The result? Second-graders Ivy, Bean and their class comrades are initially demoralized. Until? Until the teacher explains that science isn’t just the discovery of problems but the makers’ haven of solutions. Is your idea a litter-prevention enforcing robot? Ice cubes to cool down the climate? Ivy and Bean create an experiential nature nap for grown-ups as a softer sell for thought-leaders to be enticed rather than guilted to do something to conserve earth for another 50 years. What does this have to do with the tearfulness of the toughest of us? As humans, we all need to express sorrow sometimes. A friend is diagnosed with irreparable brain injury from an improvised explosive device? A family member is diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer? Where’s compassion if we don’t cry before doing something practical and helpful? Terminators can eat potato crisps from a bag and neutral androids can guard a pain-sensitive cm2 area of skin but showing empathy? That’s a human thing as of April 2014. Will you share 3 Thought-starters how you are hosting a women’s treat that supports one of the three listed above? Though SGL Media has partnered with Faces of Courage by Mark Tuschman (Yes, that’s a real last name), we Editors know that isn’t the only worthy cause to kickstart this summer. Grassroots hospitality for SmartyFella and SmartyGirl badasses starts with you. Show us your best Instagram, Vine, and Vimeos of how you are beating the baddies and showing solidarity for our awesome-face allies domestically and globally. Comment below. More ideas? Homecoming treats for soldier moms Crocheting patterns for knitted toys for rescued girls from trafficking Video essays of encouragement how-tos “Shoulder one another’s burdens”—Steven Saum Twitter: @swamiriver Editor-in-Chief Renee’s former intern supervisor as The Commonwealth Club of California, a nonpartisan, current affairs, monthly magazine. Magazine former presidents and speakers? Shirley Temple Black and Audrey Hepburn.