How to make a Difference in the World By donating Blood
While the debate is still on the table about what will make a person change the world, there should be no question as to whether or not one person can actually make a difference in the world by making a difference. The simple principle of cause and Effect would suggest that just being present changes the very shape of that surrounding environment. This is actually confirmed to be the law of the cause and effect at work..
There are a couple of ways in which one person can make a difference in the world, but there are also many ways in which such a person could not make a difference but yet still have an amazing effect on the world around her. If you want to help people, then it is not enough to tell them what to do. You also have to tell them what not to do. It is not enough to offer advice. One person can change the course of history, but that same one person can prevent others from changing.
Two people who can help make a difference in the world are Oprah Winfrey and Malala Yameen. Both women have achieved incredible fame and tremendous success. However, the difference between their popularity and achievements is that Winfrey and Malala have done so while working with the multitudes of underprivileged children in the developing world. In other words, they made a difference without taking on massive personal loans.
Winfrey has been an advocate of social change for her entire life. She has worked hard to advocate for single mothers, children of HIV infected individuals, and other groups that face problems because of poverty and lack of basic education. This dedication to making a positive impact on other people has earned her the lion's share of the attention in both the entertainment and news media, which she has capitalized on in order to promote her latest project, a movie about her life.
Malala Yameen's work as a social worker has allowed her to travel all over the globe, speaking out for political prisoners around the world. Malala's role as a social worker has also allowed her to make a difference in other ways. For example, she has repeatedly called for greater investment in research for AIDS and cancer cures. In the case of child soldiers, she has spoken out against forced child labor and child marriage.
One of the most compelling and convincing reasons for giving blood and contributing to the fight against AIDS and cancer is the incredible potential for personal and extraordinary opportunities. As an individual, you have the power to help yourself. There are innumerable organizations that can provide funding for medical treatment, let alone the millions of dollars needed to purchase the drugs and implement the necessary programs. But as a global citizen, you have the responsibility to show leadership in your community and in the world so that the voices of those in need are heard. It is through your philanthropic actions that you can make a real difference.
The incredible story shows that pediatric dentist Paul Crowther donated blood after becoming convinced that he could save a life. His story shows how his passion for working with children led him down a path that would change his career. He went on to establish Paul Crowther Children's Hospitals in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Today, it is the only pediatric hospital in the state. Paul Crowther Children's Hospital has saved the lives of many children. And in doing so, he created lifelong friends in the process.
In donating blood to benefit those in need, Harrison and Paul both showed extraordinary situations that motivated them to go above and beyond. They are two peas of the same pod.
This book will inspire you with stories about overcoming obstacles. It will encourage you to reach out and help others in similar situations. You will leave the book the same person that you found when you finished reading.