Alfred Nobel had an opportunity afforded to very few. When his brother died, the newspapers confused the two and published Alfred’s obituary instead of his brother’s. As he read his own obituary, Alfred realized that the world would remember him for his invention of dynamite- an instrument of destruction.
It was because of that experience that he decided to fund the Nobel Prizes. Today, most of the world knows his name in connection with humankind’s greatest achievements.
Good deeds live on in the minds of others. When you do a kindness for someone else, you set in motion a force for good that will remain long after you are gone.
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