Let’s face it folks, there comes a time in life when selfishness must end. This time comes without credit. You don’t get credit for doing what you’re supposed to do. Does the star athlete making $20,000,000.00 a year deserve credit for starting a foundation with $1,000,000.00?
Where did my sudden passion come from? Besides Baseball, I never was passionate about anything. I always took the "view from the cheap seats."
Yeah, I spoke a lot, but never did anything. I always let the next guy take action.
People would know me as the wisecracking kid in the back row. So what happened?
Am I entering into this new journey of advocacy for myself or for others? It does make me feel better, so therefore it may be for me. Others who I may raise money for are therefore, ancillary beneficiaries. Does it really matter?
Could this be one of those cases where the ends truly justify the means?