[quote=“cfimages”]As Wix alluded to.
Go to Cambodia and mention the name “Angelina Jolie”. She’s a God(dess) there, solely for what she’s done for the Cambodian people. To the point where they’ve given her an honorary citizenship. I like what she told a CNN interviewer when he asked her about the fact that she donates 33% of her income to charity. On saying to her that 33% was an awful lot, she replied with “well, I earn a crazy income”.
Richard Gere is another. A God to the Tibetans. I actually met him briefly in a chai shop in Bodhgaya, India during the Kalachakra (big, important Tibetan Buddhist festival). He’s a very humble, down to earth guy. I didn’t actually recognize him at the time - he started talking to me and then it clicked.
George Harrison, although he’s now living with Krishna, was another big donor while he was alive.
If you’re from Australia, UK, NZ or South Africa, you’ll know the name Steve Waugh. He does a lot of work for street kids in India. Work that he never seeks publicity for.[/quote]
Thanks for that. It put me in a good mood. Most of the news about celebs these days seems to be about paris Hilton’s antics.
Nice to hear some good things about famous movie stars. it is very humbling.
33% is a lot of Angelina’s income. Considering she pays more taxes than most other people.