P E R C E N T A G E S
. . .what are they ?
The percentage of people who would have passed up over 7 billion dollars like Jonas Salk to refuse to patent his invention to keep the costs low in order to save as many lives as possible?
The percentage of people who would have donated their $40 Million Lottery winnings to cancer charities like Tom Crist after he won the Lottomax jackpot in Calgary, Alberta having lost his wife two years prior to cancer?
The percentage of people who would ask little girls for their autographs as if they were legitimate princesses like Freddie Wieczorke, a semi-retired security guard at Disney World?
The percentage of people who would voluntarily shielded the body of a woman he had never met before that day, the 22-year-old Robert Cook, a skydiving instructor did a young woman?
The percentage of people who raised almost $25,000.00 for a revolutionary operation to walk again after having been paralyzed from a biking accident only to donate every cent of it to a 6-year-old with cerebral palsy who needed a similar operation like Daniel Black?
The percentage of who would stop at a BE THE MATCH station and found that he would be a perfect match for a man with a rare disorder of Leukemia knowing that it would cost him a chance to compete for The American East Championships that not only could land Cameron Lyle in the Olympics but also was the culmination of over 8 years of training?
The percentage of people who would. . .
are countless. . .
the stories are endless, aren’t they?
B U T. . .
Maybe the only the only stat. . .
the only percentage that’s meaningful is
the percentage that has
Y O U
being a caring catalyst. . .
a person who counts the cost. . .
in another’s favor. . .
and then. . .
P A Y S I T. . .
u n f l i n c h i n g l y ?