quote by Gene Wilder

So shines a good deed... in a weary world.

— Gene Wilder

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Organ donation quote Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war

Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war.

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There is one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one's life -reciprocity.

Open your heart - open it wide; someone is standing outside.

URGE is a grassroots charity. We organized to get some incubators to give to the hospital for the kids. We donate money to orphanages.

The first and highest law must be the love of man to man.

Homo homini Deus est - this is the supreme practical maxim, this is the turning point of the world's History.

If I had my way I'd make health catching instead of disease.

Blood is that fragile scarlet tree we carry within us.

No one can do everything, but everyone can do something

Physical ills are the taxes laid upon this wretched life;

some are taxed higher, and some lower, but all pay something.

Organ donation is very personal to me.

My mother, before her death, was on kidney dialysis for several years.

I am saying that I am trying to minimize the donations to these groups by talking to diplomats. The transparency bill also has the purpose of enabling the Israeli public and members of Knesset to know whose interests certain organizations represent.

The use of fetuses as organ and tissue donors is a ticking time bomb of bioethics.

I am happy to donate funds to various organizations that help people in need.

Facebook is really about communicating and telling stories.

.. We think that people can really help spread awareness of organ donation and that they want to participate in this to their friends. And that can be a big part of helping solve the crisis that's out there.

It is important to note that there are no age limitations on who can donate organs and tissue. Newborns as well as senior citizens have been organ donors.

Donate time, food, or money to organizations that fight the good fight.

We can act individually for the collective good. We can all do something.

When you get your driving license [in Austria], you check the box if you do not want to donate your organ. Nobody checks boxes. That's too much effort. One percent check the box.

Along with church monies and the United Way, most of the others that I give the most to are organizations for which I have some personal connection in that they have affected family members; i.e., kidney, cancer, heart, and organ donation. My wife and I have also contributed to and been heavily involved with the Boys and Girls Club of Utah County.

Probably the single most commen response I get from my readesr, be it through e-mails or letters, is that they did not know much, or at times, they're quite frank, they didn't care much about Afghanistan. But they pay attention more after reading these novels, and at times it has triggered this humaitarian spirt: some have donated money or at time times, people have joined humatiarian organizations that work in Afghanistan.

I know people who have donated big to presidents.

I know people who have raised money big for presidents. And they are treated like kings by the politician and his organization. They are constantly invited to parties, seminars, private gatherings where the candidate or the president will explain policy, but only to them. And they brag about it. Which is fine. That doesn't bother me.

There are so many ways to help, by either sharing your skills or expertise, joining our board of directors or advisory boards, and donating. Regardless of what or how you share with ISF, we recognize that we don't have all the answers, and that solutions lie not in commonality but in diversity. Welcoming a broad range of thinkers, creators, and doers is what makes this organization thrive.

I am possibly thinking about doing an Internet show in the future that will highlight political organizations that I seek out to let people know about them, volunteer opportunities, and donation opportunities.

I have a healthy respect for those individuals and the businesses that they represent. Their involvement only solidifies my belief that the United Way is a worthy organization to donate my time and efforts to.

You can give your Social Security check to any organization, public or private, or to individuals. You can donate it to your favorite political party. You can give the funds to a student scholarship - for your grandchildren, for example - or to somebody who has a medical need. Or you can invest your government check in free enterprise.

I don't write on topics that require a lot of urgency.

But in 'Stiff,' I wanted to change people's hearts about organ donation. Whenever I get a chance, I try to talk about that.

We must "Bring Back Our Girls" and support Nigerians working every day to create change. Please donate now to support Nigerian organizations educating and standing up for girls

It's wonderful to work for a company that gives so much back to its communities, especially to our children. Donations are only one way we support our communities. Our team members also volunteer their time and energies to a number of different local groups, including this aquarium. We form partnerships with these organizations because we feel we can accomplish more together than if we were each working on our own.

Donating money to a few of my favorite free-market organizations used to be a pleasant duty, but now I'm literally inundated with demands from hundreds of think tanks and public-policy groups, all vying for my limited funds

When my father passed away, he had his organs donated.

In that painful moment, I was deeply comforted knowing that my father would be able to give others a second chance at life. That is why I encourage everyone to sign up to be a donor.

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