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A Billion Hours of Good

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We don't normally think about how little things can add up to big things over time, but this book shows that allocating just 14 minutes a day, by a LOT of people, can add up to a LOT of good and can spread around the world! Wouldn't it be great if we all looked for, and tried to bring out the good, in people by helping. where we can? This is a book the world needs right now, the idea of helping others by the simple act of being kind and giving our time where we can.

I really loved the authors clear, concise writing style. I would recommend this book to anybody!
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Did not finish.  At the beginning there is a section on creating time.  You can't create time.  There is still only 60 seconds in a minutes, the 60 min in an hour, 24 hours in a day and 365 days per year.  That is it.  You simply can't create more.  You can only allocate the time that is your time, not employers, previous commitments, etc.  So I found the math hard to swallow.

Then when I hit the bit about George Floyd - I was done.
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