Doing good deeds, and maintaining one’s anonymity, brings hope to the world here, from the Newspapers, translated…
The accumulated “unmailed certificates of gratitude”, an anonymous donor had contniuosly, for five years, donated to the Hsinbei City governments, to help the less fortunate, for the accumulated total of ninety million dollars; the city government had made specific use of this donation, and there was an estimated 230,000 individuals who benefitted.
The mayor, Chu yesterday posted on Facebook, showing his gratitude to the anonymous donor, and posted the letter from the unknown donor, stating that this medium-small scale business’s good deeds are done anonymously, insisted on not claiming the good name, in the five years’ time, the company donated to the city government, to help the children and youths from the lower end of the socioeconomic status, the handicapped, the elderly who lived alone, or those listed as high risk families, so they can feel the cares and concerns, coming from the world around.
The anonymous donor in her/his text message stated, “with the cold fronts hitting us, still, it didn’t turn our hearts cold, let’s welcome in the New Year with this surge of warmth from inside of us.” And the city government had planned out the use of this large sum of donation, and sent the paperworks, to this small scale business owner.
So, here’s someone who only want to do good deeds, and s/he doesn’t really care about getting the good name of being a do-gooder, because a reputation is less important, compared to the real good deeds you’re doing, and this, would be the RIGHT kind of values that we need more of, especially in today’s world!
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