Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

In 2007, Muhammad Ali started the Roshni Helpline–Pakistan’s first tip line for missing children. Ali has created a vast network of shopkeepers and confidential informants to get eyes and ears on the ground to save these kids.

Except this isn’t the same Muhammad Ali you are thinking of it. He isn’t a famous boxer. He’s just a regular person who decided to help kids who needed to be help. As a result, his organization has saved over 5,000 children.

How big of a badge do you really need to make a difference?

We speak as if doing important, extraordinary work is for the select few. But that is just another lie we tell ourselves.