Sunday, February 27, 2011
At 28, Scott Harrison asked himself, "What would the opposite of my life look like?" As a businessman in New York, he had all the signs of success. But after asking himself this question, he used his considerable gifts in marketing to establish the organization charity: water, which is dedicated to providing safe water for those who don't have access to it.
The use of his natural gifts impresses me. We have within us all that we need to begin to see and think and then act in ways we have not thought possible. Wealth, after all, is a neutral word. It can refer to anything from affluent prosperity to whatever it is that one treasures.
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