In Dreams Begin Responsibility – W.B. Yeats

Abby Zimet

With corporate excess in the air like a foul fog, let us consider Jorge Munoz, a Colombian schoolbus driver in Queens, N.Y. who feeds the hungry out of his pickup truck seven nights a week and has for over four years straight, spending $400 of his $700 weekly pay check to do it. Lately, he feeds over 100 people a night; he has served more than 70,000 free meals. His largesse, he says, comes easy: "My mom teach me to share." Insatiable executives, take note.

For more on Munoz go here. For information on the non-profit he has formed go here


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