Archery breeds Philanthropy in Nature

What a gift it was to go out into Nature with this extraordinary new friend, Conan.  I was blessed to be taken to his favorite spot in Nature, and we camped out and did archery, then had sausages with home-made sourdough. Mmmmm.  While out on this adventure many things happened, including deep conversations about what I am doing on this planet.  I only just realized tonight that I have been a philanthropist for years, but I’m doing it all wrong… in order for me to be able to invest in the number one thing that matters to me, CHILDREN, I need to make money in order to gift it to children.  So, I am embarking on a new conversation in a new way.  If you are a philanthropist, or you know a philanthropist “someone who actively gives of their money and/or resources and/or time for a cause, without the need for anything in return,” please please lend me your ears. Can you answer these questions?

How do you do it? How do you sustain your own life while giving philanthropically to that which matters most to you?

How does one give their heart and soul to children and still make enough to thrive in the world?

WHY are we not investing more money in children, when they are the ones in charge of the Earth in 50 years??

 

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