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The Good That Men Do Goes Unnoticed

There are good and bad in every country and community, and even in the business community.

Yet people hardly get noticed for the good that they do, especially when it has to do with the poor. It's better to shine the light on people who err than to give credit where credit is due.

Two examples of this would be Bill Clinton and Frank Giustra of the Clinton Giustra Foundation which solicits donations from mining corporations to help mitigate poverty in Chile and Peru.

Yet neither of these men are rewarded for that. While Bill Clinton was once the butt of jokes in the comedy circle, today he meditates to help reduce stress since his heart problems a few years ago.

On the other hand, nobody has heard of Frank Giustra, because he's so low-key and under the radar.

And that's the way it's supposed to be.

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