“Drol-ma’s themes are kindness, overcoming, charity and change. Her symbols are any acts of kindness. This Nepalese Goddess’s name means ‘deliverer’. So it is that Drol-ma visits us with compassion and transformative power, turning sadness into joy, poverty into wealth and despair into hope.
On this day in 1910, the inspiring Mother Teresa was born. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her charitable works. To remember her and honor the spirit of Drol-ma that her life reflected so powerfully, do something nice for people today. Pick up a friend who normally has to take the bus, shop for someone who can’t get out, baby-sit for a flustered mother, give a few bucks to a food bank, donate blood to the Red Cross, volunteer your time at a youth center. Drol-ma lives in all these selfless acts.
To help recognize an opportunity for kindness or charity, pray to Drol-ma before leaving the house today, using words like these:
‘Great Deliverer, She whose heart knows no limits,
renew in me the spirit of benevolence that seeks
not after it’s own reward but does good for good’s
sake. The world is a much lovelier place when
Your kindness flows through our hearts, reaching
out to those in need. Take my hand and guide my
way. Let it begin today. Amen.’
Go out and keep your eyes and ears open!”
(Patricia Telesco, “365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspiration of the goddess”.)
Today’s Goddess is actually another name of the great Goddess Tara. “In Tibetan, [Tara] is called Dolma or Do’ma, though often we see Drolma because it follows the Tibetan spelling (a little more; if we transliterate, it is actually sgrolma.).”  “Tara (Tib. Dolma) is worshipped for Her assistance in aiding the believer to overcome obstacles on the path to enlightenment.” 
See my March 3rd entry on the Goddess Tara for more information.
Dharmasculpture.com, “Tara, the Mother of All Buddhas“.
Wikipedia, “Tara (Buddhism)“.