I think you are very accurate about that Set and with a great president like Barrack Obama this is the age where charities may actually get the real public scrutiny they require to actually make a big difference.
I was once told that countries keep certain portions of there populations in utter poverty so they can continue to bleed other countries for funds. It is not only the corruption with certain charities but also the corruption of governments who are also involved. Also certain charities that are only there to take advantage or people who are suffering.
I am so fortunate in Maine that my LGBT brother and sisters, and those transitioning between the two, that we can now marry and have the full support the of Maine state law.
I feel like a horse at the starting gate. I promised myself that once gay marriage was made available I would focus my energy on feeding the poor. Not only in this country but abroad. The thought that children are malnourished and in need of even basic medical treatment is utterly appalling!
I plan to dedicate the rest of my life to reversing this horrible blight upon humanity.
I have had many help me out in my life unselfishly and without strings attached. Charity really is the greatest service one can dedicate their life to...
If doesn't require any God or faith, it just requires love, selflessness and a recognition that we all have a duty to one another.