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December 10, 2015



It's so good, thanks for sharing!
I will share this with my friends and who I know...


Very impactful statement..
'...all lives have equal value,.. includes the many more people who will live in future...'.

I do not understand why people criticized. At least this prove they are not good in math. :)

Another great name for us to respect: Mother Teresa.

Thanks for sharing this to cheer up our weekend!


this is a good timely reminder...


Mark Zuckerberg has demonstrated his moral fiber repeatedly through his vision in business and in philanthropy (together with Priscilla). He sets the modern example for optimism and action for social justice. The application he built has literally changed the nature of human relations on this planet. The Hollywood film about him that was made a few years back (The Social Network) is apparently misrepresentative and does not do justice to his wonderful, positive attitude.

Yet some people are jaded and cynical, and many would rather try to criticize and deconstruct his activities, looking for ulterior motives. But, that is precisely why such people are not anywhere near as influential as Mark Zuckerberg.

"There are really only three types of people: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who say, 'What happened?' " -Ann Landers


Great way to look at this. The complainers just want something to complain about.


Just today, I was speaking to a coworker about people at my new workplace... and I haven't exactly been my best self since I started. Let's just say I was annoyed at people who are not accountable for their actions.

After the chat, and reading this post, I realize that as last as long we are true to ourselves, and we be the best human we can best portray, it will all worked out for the best eventually.

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