- Pablo Tavares
- Berne, IN
- United States
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Direct act of help or Indirect act of help, what works better for our globalized world?
In our world, people give a lot of attention to direct acts of help, but they forget many times that an indirect act of help (or kindness) can be as powerful as one that is direct, but not as notorious.
Picture this in your mind; many people in this world are helped directly by church groups, donations, missionaries, scholarships, philanthropy... But we also have the indirect help, such as a decision in the congress, or a job opportunity in the U.S created by a factory expansion in China.
Which one do you believe that causes more impact today in our world? Why?