Is charity the best way to spend money?
The practice of charity means the voluntary giving of help to those in need who are not related to the giver.
Absolutely, the feeling of giving is the greatest blessing on earth. One can always get money, but to help someone in need is priceless.
Sadly, charity means giving money to substance abusers and layabouts in the country I live. And so, it is always a difficult decision, because charity is right and good but does not help where the receiver makes improper use of the gift.
I am all for charity if it ends up being used for the improvement of somebody's circumstances...
Yes ! We declined all presents this Christmas for each other and are adopting others who are in dire need, by donation ,clothing , food etc !
by Abdus Salam3 years ago
If someone give you 10 million dollar, what will be your spending plan?Someone ask me the question. Please Answer this question. thanks
by TheBlondie6 years ago
What are your favorite ways to save money?I'm going off to college next fall, so I'm saving as much as possible...but I don't think a jar of spare coins will cut it! Anyone have any clever ways to save money?
by Josak3 years ago
Norway offers free university/college education to anyone from any nation regardless of citizenship. Their education is ranked as much much better than ours. Norway gave more than 500% more of it's GDP to foreign aid...
by Devika Primić2 years ago
Are you the lavish spender?People spend money daily. How do you manage your spending? Do you have an X amount to spend daily or monthly? Do you spend money however you please?
by Goodpal4 months ago
Is giving money the only way to help poor people?You can't get rid of poverty by giving people money. - P. J. O'Rourke. What do you think?
by ravenlt046 years ago
What techniques are you using to save money?I'm a teacher and am out for the summer. When I get bored, I spend money. Even just with trying to keep my children entertained, I spend money on kids' activities...
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