Making a difference with his actions and looking beyond his own needs to care for others:
The writer of the article was inspired and penned her thoughts:
The simplicity of Zyn Yee’s campaign is inspiring. It made me realise, in the span of that 30-minute presentation, that being conscious about the environment doesn’t always have to be troublesome or “a burden” — and that any action, no matter how minute, does matter.
The writer’s closing statement is a good reminder to us:
Simple steps, small steps. That’s how I can make a difference too.
Much kindness here.
Hope more of such initiative happens.
Much compassion displayed here:
rejoice to these volunteers at their flag day:
What’s not to rejoice about in this story?
- doing good discreetly
- helping the less fortunate
- distributing free and discounted food since 2013
- all done with vegetarian food
Here is a story of a catholic nun with much compassion and love for her follow people.
Chow said: “This money isn’t something you possess forever. When you’re gone one day, you have to leave it to others to use it.”
He also said: “You can’t bring the money in your bank account with you after you die.”
How many of us can really adopt this attitude. Commendable!