Is it is possible that in our effort to help the poor, we may in fact be encouraging those conditions responsible for creating their poverty?
Charity, as commonly practiced here in the United States, has lulled us into a complacency that providing a continuing supply of food, shelter, and clothing is about all we can do to help the poor. But hunger, homelessness, and a hundred other human conditions are just what come out of the butt-end of poverty. We need to move around to the other end of the beast and take a look at what we are feeding it.
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Published April 17, 2013
by Stone Gap Press.
Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality.