The best part of wanting to change the world…is [that] ultimately, YOU will be changed in the process. (Eugene Cho, world hunger relief advocate)

When you study an issue, hoping for change, you often find that your heart and mind change. You likely become more involved in the solution rather than merely studying the problem. If there is any hope to resolve the world-wide problems of hunger, poverty, illiteracy, and social justice, it will depend on the changes in individuals before significant changes in society at large.

And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 13:8)