put your money where you mouth is
Put your money where your mouth is — a 1930’s era household idiom, which simply means to prove the truth of one’s words by action, to demonstrate one’s sincerity or integrity.
the myth of neutral
There’s a certain myth that many of us have bought into our entire lives. It’s the idea that if we are not actively supporting a certain way or against that way, then we are neutral.
Over these past few years, from traveling to a few different developing countries and meeting some…