Franklin Delano Roosevelt was stuck in a wheelchair and couldn’t stand on his own without assistance. On the other hand, FDR acquired elected Director of the United Claims four times! How? Very well, for one thing, this individual didn’t let polio keep him flat on his back doing “nothing; very well instead, he overcame his disability by deciding to do “something” about it!
Wheelchair-bound FDR became our 32nd Guru during the worst financial crisis america has ever seen. It was a HUGE mess that FDR rolled his wheelchair into by becoming Chief executive through the Great Depression. What could one man do against a whole system that seemed like it involved to collapse? 20-something
Very well, FDR did “something” like creating social security, and then he did far more “somethings” that helped put people to work, and those “somethings” may have just saved our capitalistic and democratic systems from takeover in the 1930’s.
Adolf Hitler had absorbed Germany’s economically depressed system and put his people returning to work by waging conflict over in Europe and harassing us with his submarines in the Ocean. Simultaneously, a militaristic Japan bombed us at Pearl Harbor.
What could one man being organised prisoner in a wheelchair possibly do about adversaries as dangerous and effective as Hitler and Asia?
Well, once again, FDR did “something” and then he did far more “somethings” that helped convert this country into an system of democracy that outlasted Japan and Germany.
Right now, I doubt anyone of us is facing the sort of problems that FDR experienced. Yet , I can guess every one of all of us is facing some kind of problems. Well, FDR has already showed all of us the response to our problems: do “something” and then continue doing “something” and we’ll move deeper to a solution!
At this point parents, go learn, business lead, and lay the way to an improved world for all of us. Keep in mind, what FDR said… “Above all take action! ” Thus go ahead. Get away there and do “something. ” And once again, thanks before hand for all that you do, and all that you’ll do…