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We Can't Help Everyone, but Everyone Can Help Someone - Ronald Reagan

We Can’t Help Everyone, but Everyone Can Help Someone – Ronald Reagan

Whether or not it’s easy to believe, we all have something good to contribute to this world. Maybe you’re wondering how this is possible. Maybe you don’t have a lot of money to donate or lack the resources to help someone in need. Maybe you have so many medical issues yourself that you wonder how you could ever help someone else with theirs.

Helping others does not always require giving in a physical sense. Sure, donating money or clothing is a nice thing to do, but there are other options as well. We all have talents and other abilities that we can use to assist others.

Talents are a great thing to possess. Our skills can help us earn money and make a healthy living. However, we are not the only ones that can reap their benefits. We can help those around us by putting our best foot forward and asking ourselves how our talents can better the lives of others!

So the next time you want to help someone, but don’t think you can, remember this: we all have the ability to make a difference. Whether we give money, donate clothing, say hello to someone on the street, or offer a helping hand by using our talents, we are making a difference.  

We Can’t Help Everyone, but Everyone Can Help Someone – Ronald Reagan
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About B.W. Ginsburg

For many years, I have struggled with anxiety and know how difficult it is to deal with something so seemingly limiting. I hope that through my writing I can help others realize that they are not alone in their struggles and that they can overcome their obstacles! I currently have blogs at www.gettingthroughanxiety.wordpress.com and www.restinpieceblog.wordpress.com - In addition, I am the author of the fantasy-horror novel, Rest in Piece and short story collection, Abstract Clarity. I also create and sell literary merchandise on teespring at bws-literary-closet and help co-design inspirational merchandise with a friend at travis-and-the-brain


  1. Yes I agree it is not all who have enough money to give away in large amounts. But we can always put in some coins, drop by drop, fills the pail. But it is not only in money that we can give, we can give out our knowledge, a listening ear to a troubled mind, encouraging and supporting others. I too have a limited budget, but I donate to a few worthy causes on behalf of those who have passed away and even on behalf of the living. I also regularly do a clean up and donate my personal items and even like empty jars are useful for those who make home made products like jams. Most importantly I am giving out my knowledge and experiences writing the blog ~ I pay for it but free to all those who read. Thank you for your post. God Bless. Love and Light from me 🙂 <3

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