What is a worthy cause? Many individuals’ answers will vary depending upon what they consider is important.  A long time ago, the environmentalists were very vocal about saving the planet.  For some reason it appears to be on a be on a back burner lately.  Back in the day when it was popular, people would chain themselves to a tree to make a point.  There were also rallies and protests.  Now, it seems the only protests, at least in the U.S. are against President Trump.  In other countries, there are protests against immigrants, illegals, the governments, and other political issues.  In a few countries, the protesters spray paint their objections.  In the U.S., spray paint is used to mark territories for gangs.  I heard an advert on the radio today asking people to donate water for the needy and the poor.  In the hot weather, that is definitely a worthy cause.  Fighting injustice is a worthy cause in the entire world.  For many parts of the world, life is reasonable.  People have jobs, can support themselves or their families, live in a decent home and have plenty of food to eat.  The fast food restaurants, of which there are many, worldwide, even donate to homeless, shelters and organizations to help starving people.  Many businesses donate to a worthy cause because it is good for publicity and their customer base.  It shows that they are companies with a heart.  In the Good Gus series, in book seven, “The New Library,” Charlie, the stage coach driver, decided that donating books to the new Pecos library was a very worthy cause.  All along his route from Pecos to Ft. Worth, he knew people.  Each time he returned to Pecos, his buckboard was full of used books.  Book five, “Lightning Strikes Pecos,” will begin illustrations very soon.  The series is available exclusively on Kindle worldwide.  If you are handling an estate or a will, remember donating goods that no one wants is a worthy cause.  “Misplaced Trust is available on line at 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.