Well vs. Doing Good
has been doing well all his life.
But Agnes Bojaxhiu spent
her life doing good. Born
in Skopie, Macedonia in 1910,
Agnes was 21 when she began teaching school in a
bad part of town. Looking outside her door each day,
Agnes saw such pain and despair that it jarred her
sensibilities. At 38, she walked out that door and
began doing what she could to help, a task that bought
the rest of her life. Agnes died at the age of 87
and some people believe the world is a better place
today because she lived.
Agnes Bojaxhiu made a positive difference in the lives of others.
I wonder if the same will be said of the Donald?
How about you? Are you spending your
life only in the pursuit of doing well, or are you trying to do some
Agnes Bojaxhiu made a positive difference
in the lives of others...In 1979, when asked about her Nobel
Prize, Agnes said, 'I choose the poverty of our poor people.
But I am grateful to receive (the Nobel) in the name of the
hungry, the naked, the homeless, of the crippled, of the
blind, of the lepers, of all those people who feel unwanted,
the unloved, uncared-for throughout society, people that
have become a burden to the society and are shunned by everyone.'
I admire Agnes because she
was willing to pay the price for her beliefs, a rare trait
in these shallow days...I admire Agnes Bojaxhiu, also known
as Mother Teresa...”
From: Doing Well
vs. Doing Good by Roy Williams 8/30/04
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