philanthropic deeds





philanthropic deeds
Philanthropic deeds are just fancy words for “being generous and donating your time, energy, and money to help others in need.” It’s basically a way to make yourself feel better about yourself and make yourself look good to others. It’s like buying a fancy car to show off your wealth instead of, you know, actually helping people. For example, did you know that in 2018, over $400 billion was donated to charitable causes? That’s a lot of money that could’ve been used to actually help people, instead of just making the wealthy feel good about themselves. And it’s not just money. People donate their time and energy too. They volunteer in soup kitchens, organize charity events, and help out in their local communities. But to be honest, it’s mostly just a way to show off how generous and “noble” they are. Fun fact: Did you know that some of the wealthiest people in the world are also some of the most philanthropic? People like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have given away billions of dollars to charitable causes over the years.