Watch this powerful video and think about how this exercise could be applied to the entire world.
Mohammed Ayub saw a need – children too poor to attend school in a country with the highest illiteracy rate in the world. And he met their need. Sacrificing his own funds and time he could be doing paid work, he created a school in the park. Change is embodied in the efforts of people doing whatever they can that steer the ship in a new direction. He helps people survive better and his students become teachers. Hero Minded actions are infectious.
“Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” –Bill Nye
I love this tender video. No one is too old or young to have a positive impact upon one another, just by asking questions and listening.
When I was in grade school, my teacher gave us a fantastic assignment. Find someone from each decade (going back to the 1890s) and ask them about their youth and life. If we didn’t have someone in our own family to talk to, we were supposed to go to retirement homes and community groups until we found someone from every decade. My family lives a long time, so I had people to talk to. Continue reading There is always something to learn The amazing impact of telling and listening to stories
Watch this beautiful short film demonstrating Hero Minded action in the animal kingdom Continue reading Hero Minded Animals Great Pyrenees teach us the purpose of collaboration
How many times are we confronted with a decision or asked to take an action and the first thought that enters our brain is “What’s in it for me?” Continue reading What’s in it for me? How to answer your inner villain
Through the ages, we developed physically and socially with a villain and a hero within ourselves. How did this happen? Continue reading What is Hero Minded? The battle between our two natures and how we can all win