Men Who Want to make a Difference


Men Who Want to make a Difference

This groupe is for those men who want to do something with their live (besides being a couch potato). Despite opinions they take charge and make the difference, even if that means they must make a sacrafice.

Location: Global
Members: 105
Latest Activity: Oct 26

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Hideaki Akaiwa

Started by Bryan Lee Sammis. Last reply by Dave Hall Apr 4, 2013. 3 Replies

Here's an article about a man in Japan, who is making a definite difference!!…Continue

Making a difference

Started by Larry. Last reply by Nick H Mar 20, 2013. 4 Replies

We impact the lives of others, whether we want to, or not. Our decision, I think, is not IF we want to make a difference, but what kind of difference will we make? The proverbial couch potato, absent…Continue

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Comment by Casey Reece on June 17, 2010 at 6:47pm
Just a minute! That's how long it was supposed to take for an American patriot to leave his work, grab his firearm, and muster for duty.

I'm with Mister Sackett "what is at hand?"
Comment by Bob Giraldi on May 23, 2010 at 6:31pm
I've always tried to make a difference, that was a goal from early on. I think I do in my work, and also in my personal relationships. Some people do it on a grand scale in ways that affect millions of people, most of us do it with the people we come in contact with one by one. What I've found as I've gotten older is that making a difference doesn't require being in a particular line of work or even a whole lot of effort. Sometimes all it takes is a smile or a kind word, or by the example we set.
Comment by CM Sackett on May 12, 2010 at 6:46am

...well, what is at hand?

I still stand ready.
Comment by CM Sackett on April 4, 2010 at 10:15am
Spent my life working at doing just this (for my daily bread, and regardless of same)... by God's Grace, I'll go out doing same.

Glad you started this one, Mr. Hinton. I stand ready to do far more than just 'talk'.

Squire, Mike... good to see you fellas here (not surprised, just glad).

Mr. Reece, look forward to getting to know you better, sir.

CM Sackett

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