Surely the whole thing is a dichotomy. Anyone who would accept being the Time’s person of the year probably isn’t worthy of it. It is the people who help in communities who don’t do it for the recognition who are the true champions. Also the single mums and the people who care for their sick relatives who are the real champions. They don’t have the time to make an impact that would be noticed by the public. Do your good in secret so you will get your reward in heaven, now where have I read that?