I have always enjoyed the Friday evening feature Person of the Week. The feature does a great job lifting up a person who does something really huge and fantastic. But what about a series within the series? "You, too can change your corner of the world". This series would feature persons who make a difference and do so without fanfare. How about the fulltime working parents who open their home several nights a week to their kids high school friends to come over and have study hall. Not only do they know where and who their kids are with, they are supplementing the schooling of those kids who might be struggling with school...not to mention that big plate of spagetti thrown in. They didn't go out there and do something grand, but they changed the lives of 5?, 7?, 15? kids who might not have had a hot meal, or was failing math? When our children were growing, we told them that it wasn't fame or fortune that would make them great, but it was the power of how they postively affected the world of their spere of influence that would make them great. Not great to those around them, but to themselves in knowing that they had truely made a difference and that at the end of the day they could look back and not be ashamed of who they had become. We also taught them (this included that flock of friends) that they needed to find their passion, not the current trend. When they found that passion, they needed to find how to focus it and find how to channel it into their life work. If they weren't passionate about their work, then they were in the wrong job...go back to square one...what is your passion?What better life lesson can you teach a group of teenagers? I know we weren't the only parents out there that did something like this, but there are other gifted, generous persons out there making a big affect in a quiet small way, without fanfare. The big difference between them and most of your wonderful stories, is that these stories would feature people who were doing things that others could easily duplicate with a little encouragement and instruction.The idea of these stories would be "I COULD DO THAT!!!!"