Chris Marlow



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“We all want to know and be known. That's why doing good is so powerful when the focus is first and foremost the people and not the project.”
Chris Marlow, Doing Good Is Simple: Making a Difference Right Where You Are

“How we respond to moments of interruption determine who we become and how we spend our lives. But you can never fully live in your calling without going through struggle, fear, and failure. Our decisions in those moments determine the legacy we will live.”
Chris Marlow, Doing Good Is Simple: Making a Difference Right Where You Are

“I discovered that compassion fatigue is a real thing. Emotions, so strong at first, can easily shift into apathy. The subsequent guilt is paralyzing; it can prevent us from ever doing anything and freeze us into inaction. No wonder some people live for themselves, unaware of or unengaged with those who desperately need help. When global problems overwhelm, the human tendency is to do nothing.”
Chris Marlow, Doing Good Is Simple: Making a Difference Right Where You Are



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