On the evening of the gala, Roosevelt suddenly became very nervous, and even her sidekick could not help her. Her self-doubt started to kick in, and it seemed the problems began to grow worse.
Oh my goodness, did you hear? Our friend, Sandy, was turned down as Head of Accounting because she's a woman!
I don't understand! How can one person, even if a hero, solve all these problems?
What if they're right?
Those who seem to doubt her as well began to voice their opinions, and this almost destroyed our hero.
You're right, it doesn't make much sense. These issues are too large for her.
This is where Roosevelt's powers started to grow inside of her. She realized that she could not let doubt and these large issues get the better of her. With courage and confidence, she began to think over all the people she had already helped. Roosevelt promised herself she would tackle any problem in the United States and the world no matter who she would upset in the process.
I can do it. I have helped people in the past and have always spoken out against these issues. Though it may take months, years, or even decades, I can still help those I set out to help.
Roosevelt imagined the world and all the people who need her help. She realized that if she let her doubt and the overwhelming nature of these issues get the better of her, more women would face inequality, more children would suffer from diseases, and more people would face poverty. The time to act was now.
Confidently, she stood tall, and assumed full responsibilithy as the Humanitarian. She defeated her doubt, and began the battle against the problems in the world.
The Humanitarian never revealed her identity to the public, and thus spoke as the First Lady. With passion in her eyes, she asked her people to help in the fight against poverty, inequality, and more.
Please, for the men, women, and children suffering around the world, I ask only for a small donation. That is how we start making a difference.