I think not necessarily influence the definition itself, but more to the process to reach the success. I won't do anything that against my values, even though it will surely make me move faster if I did. The values play as guidance for me in the succession process.To what extent do your religious and cultural values influence your definition of success?
I believe that people deserve what they've earned. It's more like karma. If you live well, then you will bear the good fruit. Also that all humans have the basic rights that shouldn't be ignored by the government. When I can help to do something about it, I would feel like I'm maintaining the justice.Could you talk address the justice point further? What does justice mean to you?
How did you first involved with the work for child rights? Was it a local foundation or international? What is your main role in it?I do a lot of work for child rights, and I have no tolerance for the abuse/neglect/exploitation of children and any instances where they fall victim to large scale violence. My heart always goes out to children of war in Africa, Gaza, Afghanistan and other places the world over.
Really? I didn't realize there's stereotypes about that. But many of my charitable efforts has something to do with children and their education and nurture. I was a voluntary teacher for 2 foundations for children education. I'm also planning to adopt babies in the future, but right now I'm not able to do that since I'm living alone and I'm not financially capable to adopt a child or hiring a babysitter. Maybe in the next few years, insha Allah.There is a common "online" stereotype that 3s are apathetic people when it comes to anything outside their personal lives. A lot of 3s are oriented to charitable endeavors and quite a few I know are passionate about things outside of their professional spheres. Many of these 3s have 1 fixes, and I have seen some 8 fixed ones as well.