Helping Hanoi's Homeless
The streets are not just lanes of tarmacs—the streets are the veins of the city, and the people are the blood that keep it going. Listen to that beating heart, and remember that the streets belong to us, and it is our duty to help everybody that lives in them.
Real change is made when lots of people do a little, and we all have that capacity.
By helping those who are less fortunate than us, we are helping ourselves, too. We are helping to provide a brighter future for everyone around us, and for our children.
Inclusive communities prosper. Marginalized communities fail.
Idealism without pragmatism is misguided, and pragmatism without ideals is cold and mechanical.