“Love is all you need.” & “You can’t help everyone.” Today though:
An unselfish act, can be like a star held in the palm of your hand in the form of a pebble. Thrown into a giant lake of surmounting inequality, the ripple effects of kindness, could change the word one life at a time. The momentum of kindness caused could be an action, a force of shared gratitude growing in the world, making a difference, that will last for an eternity.
On that note: Look at these stellar people raising awareness of average New Zealand citizens who are homeless. If I was rich, I would donate to all of them. I chose the two who had championed the cause the most on TV for the last fortnight.
The people who all deserve to have their cause supported are:
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