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Bill Gates – Redirecting the Focus of his Life to Good Will Work

Bill Gates, since 12 years the richest man of the world and co-founder of Microsoft, announced two days ago that from 2008 on he is planning to withdraw from day-to-tay business in the company to spend more time on his global health and education work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – an important step in his life.
Over years Bill Gates had a tough work schedule, as he recently described in an interview to Fortune.
Bill Gates is also the most generous philanthropist of the world, and his foundation has more than 29 billion dollars for their projects. He is also planning to give away 90 – 95 per cent of his total wealth to welfare projects before he dies.
This demonstrates that if we put money to a positive use, we can do much good and can also be active on a larger scale and on wider fields. Without the necessary means you cannot work in this measure.
Money needs to circulate. Like with breathing, you cannot just take in without giving out. If you use the money for good will, it is helping you to overcome egoistic tendencies and to step on on the path.

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