5 Ingredients to Make the World A Better Place

March 24, 2016 -- by Salma Okasha

Salma Okasha

From Mali, to Egypt. To Paris, then Syria. About Russia, and Ghana. Then Turkey and Belgium. And most recently, Pakistan. Along with the hundreds of tragic incidents that happen all around the world. We’ve been suffering from Terrorism immensely in the past period. It’s been threatening our lives because of its un-expectancy. And it is actually causing cultures to change, people to give up on their own countries. Walking through the streets not knowing what’s going to happen next. But the question is; how can it get better? How can the world get better?

Here are 5 ingredients for the recipe to make the world a better place. 


1. A pinch of donations:

If you want to help people across the world, it's important to give to charities that provide the right kind of help and provide it where it will do the most good. Charities which create sustainable good in areas where it is needed are the best and will do the most good. [https://www.oweegypt.org/donation.php] 


2. 1 cup of generosity:

It's easy to be selfish with your time, money and resources by becoming involved with our material-driven societal desires. Have a go at being generous and perceive how your life changes. Purchase espresso for the person behind you in line at Starbucks, read to kids at your neighborhood library or just stop and listen for the answer when you ask a companion how they're doing. Odds are that your generosity will empower you, and you'll feel less defenseless about how to improve the world a spot.


3. 2 Spoons of social contribution:

Get to know the people around you. Your society needs your contribution as an individual to the local community. Help by building a platform where others can learn something new, participate in challenges that could actually make the world a better place. 


4. ½ a spoon of Volunteering:

Volunteering gives you the ability to see your direct impact on the people you help. It helps you put your skills into a practical experience and allows to you gain even more skills throughout the journey. There are a lot of issues that you contribute to; educate young children, spread health awareness about a certain disease, help in keeping the environment we’re living in human impact free, and a lot more where that comes from. Volunteer locally or even globally and see your impact in real life. [http://blog.aiesec.org.eg/global-citizen/] 


5.  1 oz of knowledge about the Global Goals: 

The Global Goals for Sustainable Development come into effect to achieve three extraordinary things by 2030 – end poverty, combat climate change and fight injustice and inequality. One major goal that helps support our cause is Goal number 16 (Peace and Justice).  [http://www.globalgoals.org/take-action/] 

 

 


And there you have it. The perfect recipe for a better world. Will you be part of the movement? 





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