– The Time, the Cost and the Energy
Wanting to change the world and actually doing it are different ideas completely. Many philosophers believe that the world, as a whole, is made up of people with genuinely good hearts. This is really for you to decide however. Yet if we take on the idea that most people are genuinely good at heart, then it is safe to assume that charity is their shared desire.
This means that it’s common for people to seek an improvement in the world and for the right of ending the suffering they’ve experienced. Let’s also put a man named George Soros into the picture of charity. There’s a huge difference between your desires and your means.
So when we invite a better understanding of George Soros, it’s for a good reason.
Making the world’s greatest impact is about having the power to do it. Wanting it is not enough as no one will be impacted by you simply having a desire. So by taking George Soros as our living example, it’s clear that we must calculate the time, cost and energy of charity.
Only then can we accomplish anything that’s before us. Visit this site to know more at opensocietyfoundations.org.
The Major Objective And Why It’s Worth It
But like George Soros encourages us, we must keep the objectives of our work in charity alive. What you can’t accomplish today, you might have a better opportunity to achieve tomorrow. Mr. Soros himself didn’t begin this life with the great opportunity to impact the world. A large part of his youth was dominated by fear and the sight of poverty.
Read more: http://www.forbes.com/profile/george-soros/
During World War II, the infiltration of Nazi soldiers forced George and his family to flee their home country of Hungary. The young boy of 13-years-old had nothing to give and had only lived a life of utter want. But things in the future changed. And for those changes to have a real effect, George Soros needed patience. Know more about George Soros on CNBC.
It’s this patience that we examine and learn from today.
And for this very reason do we bring George Soros into “the picture we paint.” That vision is one where we all hold on to what inspires us the most and then fight to never let it go. We stand until our visions are real and use men like George Soros to model our actions by.