Microlending: The Cure for Third World Poverty

I have a husband who measures his success with the yardstick of goodness. At the end of the day he needs to feel the world is a better place for him having been it. Cynics might scoff, especially since he is an executive for a for-profit company, but he honestly has a philosophical and spiritual…

Empathy in India

They challenge us to grow in ways we never imagined possible and give us often frightening insights into the composition of our character.We have tried to model service for our children by helping wherever and whenever we can…. While it takes a major force of nature to penetrate the walls of our comfortable, suburban existence at home, we are hoping that our upcoming year will abound with opportunities to witness, feel, and act on behalf of others. Abigail Adams mirrored this thought when she wrote to her son John Quincy, “When a mind is raised, and animated by scenes that engage the heart, then those qualities which would otherwise lay dormant, wake into life and form the character of the hero and the statesman.”… RSO began by providing basic medical care to those suffering from leprosy (which can now be cured for about $1.50) and expanded to serve the children who are denied access to schools, medical care, and the basic necessities of life because a family member suffers from the debilitating disease.