Which Problem?

“Never worry about numbers.  Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you.”

— Mother Teresa

helping-hand-435x290Everyday, we read about tragedies and wish we could help. Many of these are problems – poverty, homelessness, violence, drugs, recession – of such immense proportions that even governments and organizations with billions of dollars at their disposal struggle to solve. We, as individuals, feel powerless.

Yet, at the same time, there are problems which we can solve – feeding one person, giving a poor child a present on Christmas, cleaning up trash in our neighborhoods – that we can solve. We, as individuals, are empowered.

The question is, which will you choose?

Yesterday’s gift of time … Couldn’t solve the global problem of waste and debris, so I picked up trash in my neighborhood.

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About Eric Winger

Our perception of time is key to how we use our time. The most fundamental way to change that perception is to give our time. This opens us up to new opportunities and ideas from which we can build to really make a difference. ... Yes, we *do* have time to make a difference!
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2 Responses to Which Problem?

  1. Natalie says:

    Joy and peace to you and your family!

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