The Unlikely Giver.

Unemployment continues to be an issue. The foreclosure crisis is abundant. Few people today have more money than they did a few years ago. It’s a harsh truth.

As individuals, few of us can control the economic conditions that have set these events in motion. Sure, we can control spending, avoid credit card debt, and lower our risk. But we can’t really control job security or the value of real estate.

But we can control our own lives, our happiness if you will, by taking charge of that which is within our grasp.

Oddly enough, for some people, hardship is a vehicle and a launching pad for other more positive things. In fact, it can be a catalyst to benevolence and self-worth.

In this article, we want to introduce you to someone who took misfortune and rolled with it.

Is it something all of us can do? Maybe not. Is it something all of us can learn from? Absolutely.



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