If a family offered to help you with housework/yardwork for free, would you accept it? Why? or Why
Our family REALLY wants to help our fellow Americans and have posted ads on Craigslist offering free help, but NO ONE has responded. What are we doing wrong? We love helping non-profits, but KNOW there are some regular people out there that could use a helping hand. Perhaps they just don't have access to CL ads?
I had not read your add, and wish you were living in the city of Loma Linda (CA), because my brother and his three children certainly need help in the cooking and cleaning. After his divorce, he found out he has diabetes, and still works long hours to provide for his family, specially for the ex wife wants, and he has a real hard time coming back home at the evening and having to cook and cleaning. One child lives with him but the other two come home often.
If you know of a kind person who is on her 50's or 60's, and likes to feel wanted, that would be such a great help to my brother!
by Readmikenow 3 years ago
Can You Help Someone Who Needs Your Help But Refuses When It's Offered?
by Shepherd's Lamb 7 years ago
I would like to start a discussion to help everyone that is struggling with the desire to help the poor and might feel guilty for having more than others. There's got to be a balance, I think.1 Timothy 5:8 states, "But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own...
by Daniel J. Neumann 7 years ago
Is it possible to help poor people and keep our liberty?I'm sorry; I guess I'm confused again. I never thought these two things were mutually exclusive. Why aren't there more Marxist Libertarians or Conservative Liberals out there? I guess I want to eat my cake when I have it.
by Tom Vogler 7 years ago
What is the best part for you about completing yardwork?The recent ~heat-wave~ has eased somewhat where I live and today I cut the grass for the first time in over a month. I thought of several things that I enjoy when it's done. Having a cold beer. Taking a cool shower. ...
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