I am a philanthropist.
I believe that there is room for all human beings to succeed if we commit to giving others a chance. I am a philanthropist at heart and genuinely feel like my purpose is being fulfilled when I show loving kindness to others.
My heart bleeds when I see that others around me are suffering or lack opportunities. I actively seek charities and programs that are designed to help others in need.
I focus my philanthropy on anybody who is less fortunate, whether they are children who need love or adults who are unemployed and homeless
I know I can make a positive difference in someone’s life.
I donate my time, money and emotional support to causes that touch my heart. I spend time with children at orphanages and work on teams which provide hot meals to homeless people in my city.
I feel more connected to my humanitarian side when I allow myself to get involved.
I receive a lot of joy from helping others. I feel like I am helping in the work of the Creator by taking care of those who are unable to take care of themselves.
Today, I am committed to continuing my work with those around me who are less fortunate. I believe that every bit of assistance I offer can make a difference. The world can be a better place if I continue to help.
1. What do I feel when I see the harsh conditions that others live in?
2. Do I rely on my spiritual connection with the Creator to inspire me to help others?
3. How can I convince my friends and family to help others too?
A philanthropist is a person who makes an active effort to promote human welfare; a person who practices philanthropy.
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