Why

You Don’t Have to be Rich or Famous!

What's Your Cause? It's not just for the rich and famous anymore!

What’s Your Cause? It’s not just for the rich and famous anymore!

In July 2010, Town & Country’s cover story,”What’s Your Cause?” revealed a fascinating insight about the rich and famous. The celebrities featured in the story explained that, of all their accomplishments, they derived more satisfaction from supporting their favorite cause than from their ‘day job.’

This is not an altogether unusual confession. After achieving the pinnacle of success, people often discover that the simple satisfaction associated with “doing good” pays the greatest dividend.

For example, in our times, billionaires Bill Gates and Warren Buffet have moved most of their personal wealth into foundations that are dedicated to doing good works. In times past, Rockefeller and Carnegie and Ford and Nobel and countless others have made the same decision.

How did they come to take such a step? It’s simple. Helping others and making the world a better place is the most important thing you can do in this life. As such, it is the most rewarding of all human activities. It’s all part of Generational Awareness.  

Ask any Mother -- of course, she gives with both hands!

PAXNRG was founded so that ordinary working people can carve out a little of their hard-earned money — no more than it costs for two people to eat lunch at a modest restaurant — and support projects.

Try it once, and you’ll discover what the rich and famous already know — support a cause can warm your heart, and put a lasting smile on your face.

A note from Grandpa:  As “Children of God,” it would be unfair if the greatest of all rewards, the contentment and lasting smile that comes from doing good, was available only to the rich and famous. Right?

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