Henry Ford about help (“My Life and Work”, 1922) - A philanthropy that spends its time and money in helping the world to do more for itself is far better than the sort which merely gives and thus encourages idleness.
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A philanthropy that spends its time and money in helping the world to do more for itself is far better than the sort which merely gives and thus encourages idleness.
 Henry Ford, My Life and Work (1922). copy citation

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