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Extremely rich people are often criticized for their handling of their fortunes though they personally earned it honestly. Please be more specific than ” make the world a better place” what would you spend it on were you in their position?

KeepYourEyesPeeled’s Profile PhotoLucas
I would start an international collaboration where every ultra-wealthy person gives away 10% of their net worth. The intention is to give the money to those who need it more. I wouldn't give the money to the government. It would be given to newly created international organization called the "International Wealth Fund" or the IWF. The purpose of the IWF is to give to those who are in low-income houses, those who are homeless, those who are in need of mental health treatment, and so on.

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When was the last time you did something kind for a stranger?

master_of_the_Sanitarium_puppets’s Profile PhotoRacecar is racecaR backwards
I met a homeless a few months ago (2-3). He stopped me on street asking if I could buy him some food and drink🥺 We went together in restaurant and we ate together steak 🥩 with salad and roasted potatoes 🥔 and as drink we had cola. We spent together like 2 hours talking and he told me that ,he actually has a house but when he’s parents died,his brother kicked him out of the house 🏠. I asked him why his brother did that and he told me that the reason was simple…all the time his parents was telling him (his brother) that he should take as example his behaviour and stuff. We talked a lot about many stuff and I found out that he has a degree in IT so i spoke with one of my friends who has a company and I asked him if he could do something for him…
My friend was happy to find out that he has a chance to change someone’s life.
I took that guy at my home 🏡 he washed himself,I bought some clothes and he started work! Now he’s working,he rented a house 🏠 and he has girlfriend 🥰

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How do you deal with the guilt of being privileged?

I don't feel guilty about my privileges. The best thing to do is to acknowledge that you ARE privileged in some ways and not to act entitled or like a dick to those that do not have the same privileges as you. For example, saying that someone is "lazy and useless" and should "just get a job" ignores the fact that some people don't have the same access or resources to find a job as easily as others. There's a lot of literature on this, namely Peggy McIntosh's work that you can read here. It's a quick read if you're interested and it's very fascinating and eye opening.
Some of the things I have seen often come to mind. I think about homeless people I have volunteered to feed and if they were able to find shelter in the cold months. I think about the large poor families I have seen in another country; they would send their children off to beg for money, or sell cheap souvenirs to tourists. I cringe at the knowledge that somehow there still manage to be people who have it worse than the ones I just mentioned. They go hungry and days without clean water. There are people sold into slavery and heavily abused. The knowledge of all of this would make me feel heavily upset, and I would dwell on these images for weeks at a time. I remember telling one of my friends about this, and he said that he often feels the same way. He told me, that when he sees people complain about all of the wonderful things that they are so lucky to have, he becomes angry. He always told me to remember that you can't help everybody. Feeling guilty about it will not help anyone. You will only hurt yourself. Touch the lives of those you can help. So now when the images come to mind, I push them to side, but I do my very best not to forget the message. I am privileged, and I know one day I do want to make a difference in the world. Even if the difference is small. I don't know what I am going to do yet, but I will do it. Also, I think it's not the fact that people were born rich, but the fact that they care only about themselves. Like for example should you want a more equitable wealth distribution in the U.S.? Perhaps. But is that really more important than getting clean drinking water in India? Probably not.
You cannot help where or why you were born into the nation/standing you are. You should not be guilty for something frankly, you never asked for. That said, if you do get guilty, try and help out the unprivileged or people who are less fortunate than you are.

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😊 Do you think people who don't like animals are mean?

when the world wants to worry, that only means the homeless have been forgotten about. instead of worrying about the everyday things in life, we should spend our time taking care of the people we love. our destiny isn’t to worry bc there is so much more to life than worrying. breathe, relax & make yourself a good example so that others will follow your peaceful ways

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Men who don't trim their beards look like they're not quite the neatest. Beards are cute, sure, but so long as they're properly styled. Letting your beard grow like a wild bush is an indicator of bad hygiene/no respect. All that food stuck in it ew. Not to mention, it makes you look homeless. GRODY

Wow, that's some bs right there, I don't even know where to start. First of all, you're entitled to your preference. If you like trimmed beards the best, that's fine, go trim yours and/or pick a partner that looks the way you would like them to.
That doesn't give you the right to sh*t on other people's decisions though. It's their body, they can do whatever the hell they want with it, and if they don't like trimming their beard for whatever reason, that's none of your business.
While other people's hygiene is also not yours to judge (as long as it does not affect you directly) anyway, let me just point out that facial or body hair is NOT an indicator for poor hygiene. Bodies with any amout of hair can be in good or poor hygiene depending on how well they're maintained.
Lastly, "homeless" is not a word to insult people with. It's also not a certain look or a certain state of hygiene or whatever, in case that wasn't obvious to you. Get a f*cking grip, mate.

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Is it ever morally acceptable to limit the number of children a person can have if the consequences of overpopulation are that everybody suffers?

I feel like we should.. there’s so many people on this planet & the numbers of homeless kids living on the street just gets higher & higher.
I honestly think that people who don’t have kids should be given money every month instead of the other way around… this whole idea behind the more kids you have the more money you get from the government is a terrible idea. It’s literally just promoting pregnancy.

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Montre une image de toi qui te sent triste sans le montrer. ❓❗️

pupuce_m’s Profile PhotoPupuce Maou
Long Answer: I recently started developing a crush that would never work out (First crush in almost 4 years, what a disaster). Also been thinking recently I might be autistic and that's kinda weighing on me as well. On top of this I have 2 exams coming up that I'm nowhere near prepared for. Couple that with my crippling fear of failure (to the point where I'm scared to ask someone how to use a new printer and have to hide in a toilet cubicle and end up having a panic attack in there.. over a fucking printer). Oh and the 30 or so rejections for part time jobs I've had in the last 5 or 6 months - I spent 3 years volunteering and as much as I would have loved to continue that I couldn't continue to give my time to unpaid work whilst barely having enough money for 3 meals a day as a student. I have a habit of over-thinking so whenever I feel down I stop to make sure I gather every reason why I'm sad and overwhelm myself with it, I always seem to fly to emotional extremes. Not being able to see my youngest granddaughter. Her mom is....terrible and we don't have contact. I can't even legally do anything because I am not actually blood related, but no matter what anyone says she is my granddaughter. I just hope her mom does not mess her up too much. I just wish I could see her.
I want to be an entrepreneur and novelist. Bottomline, I want a freedom, but I'm not sure yet if that's what I really want. Because in the past years I've been changing course from wanting to be a detective, a musician, an athlete, aaand more.
Plus, entrepreneur and writer are two hard things in my country. Entrepreneurs are started to be appreciated because the boom in tech startups and society has experienced the benefits from it. But writer? People labelled it as an underpaid job, some could even say "how will you feed your family?" if I'd say I'll be a writer. I know, a successful writer will get paid a lot. There are examples in my country for successful writers. But then, there are only few percentages of them. Plus, reading is not a big thing here. What's big here is when you are a person of high position in a company, or if you have a shitton of salary.
I have empathy for homeless people too. I acknowledge that often times they end up homeless from multiple circumstances that aren't always their fault. People assume all homeless people chose to be. It's not like that... unfortunate things happened to them. Now animals they are adopted/raised by their owner. It's no different than a homeless toddler. They're a near helpless product of their owners environment and they have no choice but to suffer with them unless they run off....

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What small act of kindness were you once shown that you will never forget?

LunarHuntress’s Profile PhotoYentl
There has never been a situation when someone showed me acts of kindness, I showed someone acts of kindness, although I never did it for show. I acted this way because that is my personality and personal sensitivity. An example would be the handling of animals. I love animals and animals love me and even the feral ones trust me. A homeless cat gave birth to her kitty children in my garage. I did not drive the animals out, but I helped them and brought food. Then I vaccinated all the animals in the veterinary clinic. Cats got used to it. They are now completely tame and civilized. They grew up and became house cats

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What small act of kindness were you once shown that you will never forget

What do you do when you’re sad?

I remind myself that others are starving. Deformed. Homeless. Abused. Suffering. Unhealthy. Challenged. Poverty-stricken. Sad? What the f*ck do I have to be sad about? With all of my problems and difficulties, challenges and hardships, I have nothing to be unhappy about - and this holds true for every other a55hole who thinks he has it rough. There is nothing sadder than an ungrateful creature.

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What was your life like growing up?

I had mostly everything I could ask for. I learned how to ride a bike at a really young age. I was born and raised in the west coast so I was always outside doing something like riding my bike around town or playing basketball.
Growing up was pretty shitty. I was a fat kid from a single mom home. Mom worked her ass off for us, but wasn't around too much because of it. Went to school in a not-too-nice area. Wasn't a complete ghetto with bullets flying around, but there was a stabbing on campus while I was there. 2 people I graduated with are now on death row for rape and murder. So it wasn't Compton but it wasn't exactly safe either. 50% of the school spoke no English. Entire classes were taught in Spanish. Was pretty crazy. Got bullied a ton. I wanted to do well in school and I learned that if you fight back you get suspended too, so I just took it. I had kids who would kick/hit at me just to laugh at how white skin changes color (becomes whiter for a second) from the pressure "Look it left a footprint on him!" Kept my head down, worked hard at getting good grades, and got the hell out of there. Went across the nation for college because I wanted to get the hell out so badly. Now life is good. I've got a good job that pays well, a lovely wife, 2 great young kids (2 years and 3 months each). College was a blast. Made all the world of difference to get the hell out of a bad area and into a place where people wanted to be smart. Spoiled only child who got most of the things I wanted, although I was taught not to want too much. Learned to talk and read early, school was a joke, got good grades every year without trying and largely without studying or doing the required homework. Now I am not even a year out of college making good money working regular (7-5ish) hours. Personality is largely unchanged, I'm very nice to most people but also very entitled to my opinion and don't do well around stupid people or people who can't be criticized. Main hobbies include guns, art, music, snowboarding, videogames, weightlifting. Tl;dr, I was a spoiled only child and I think I ended up becoming a pretty good guy (especially taking into account the type of people I see more and more every day. The quality of people I see on a daily basis is becoming more and more disappointing.)
I had a tough time, we were on and off homeless, my mom bailed on my dad right after my brother was born. My dad is back to being homeless My life's not terrible, trying to figure out ways financially to afford college and work in Ca, and I live with roommates. Trying to find a new job so I can struggle a little less, I definitely work too hard to be this poor.
I was hyperactive in grade school and I got yelled at so much by my teachers I started wearing hoodies every day by 5th grade and by freshman year of highschool I had become mostly antisocial outside of my small group of friends. Still don't do well making new friends.

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Würdet ihr mit jemand der H4 bezieht zusammen sein , wenn ihr normal arbeitet ? Zb weil der Person arbeiten zu anstrengend ist .

jessis_welt’s Profile PhotoJessika
Ich beziehe selber ALG2 und mein Freund hat selbst auch, bevor ich's bezogen hab, 3 Jahre auch bezogen und mein Exfreund auch, also ja, würde ich. Mein Freund hat dann irgendwann selbst den A*sch hochbekommen..es wird nur kritisch, wenn man wirklich NIE Bock hat, sich was zu suchen, obwohl man KÖNNTE. Und das ist dass Problem und dieser rießige Unterschied, welches Menschen in Schubladendenken denken lässt und jeder sagt, wer Hartz4 bezieht, ist nur faul zu arbeiten. NEIN! Vielleicht denken diese Menschen auch mal daran, dass nicht jeder psychisch oder physisch gesund ist und arbeitsunfähig ist? Vielleicht denken diese Menschen auch mal daran, dass es berufliche Rehabilitationen für solche Menschen wie uns gibt, wo der Kostenträger dann die Agentur für Arbeit ist, weil ein normal arbeitender Mensch sich sowas nie leisten könnte?! Psychische und physische Umstände können es einen so schwer machen, arbeiten zu gehen, dass muss nicht immer zwingend was mit Faulheit oder "anstrengend" zutun haben..natürlich gibt's diese Fälle, aber man sollte auch hinter diese Fälle schauen. Hartz4 Bezieher sind nicht immer A**is, die den ganzen lieben langen Tag s**fen, nur weil es da auch diese paar Vollid**ten gibt..JEDER könnte da reinrutschen, vorallem letztes Jahr durch dieses Corona Mona sind so viele Arbeitslos geworden (Insolvenz angemeldet), weil's einfach nicht mehr ging. Und bei mir geht's halt noch nicht, da ich eine Angststörung habe und nicht weil ich nicht WILL, ich WILL arbeiten gehen, ich KANN nur nicht. Mir macht das auch keinen Spaß, vom Staat abhängig zu sein, aber man kann froh sein, dass es sowas gibt..in Amerika heißt arbeitslos dann auch wirklich arbeitslos, da landeste auf der Straße und bist wirklich HOMELESS dadurch

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What do you drink most?

klonetron’s Profile PhotoHalbery Jones
For some, it can mean happiness or at least numbness in the present moment. Some simply feel like they don't care - but they always do once consequences begin to mount up. I'm called to see alcoholics presenting with suicidal ideation most days of the week - often because they've become homeless or had relationship breakdowns. If not, it'll be the liver failure before you even have a chance to retire. Alcohol can be a really nasty thing, and it's criminal that we don't have good school education surrounding it. IMO, it's worse than many illegal drugs. But there are a multitude of services out there, to help get off the sauce in a safe way - and also to help your emotional pain. It can take time to figure out what's best for you, but it will be worth it. See a doc if you want to stop, because they'll provide you with advice and sometimes temporary medications to make sure you withdraw without danger. But despite all of the draw backs I am addicted. I managed to go a month without drinking once. I thought it was easy. Then I had some events to go to so I thought "well it was easy enough last time. It will be easy again"
I don't think about drinking at all until I'm on my way home and I remember to stop and get more beer. For me, it's not a nagging feeling or a craving, it's just like any other errand anyone else would run. Put gas in car, get cash from the ATM, pick up milk and eggs, get beer. Drinking feels compulsory to me at this point. That being said I do recognize that I have a drinking problem, I guess I'm just not at rock bottom yet.
I usually drink between 6-8 drinks a night. Some nights is 8-12. I also smoke weed. I always make sure to get 6-9 hours of sleep a night. I always wake up tired but rarely hungover. I enjoy the same entertainment most people aged 6-60 enjoy. I don't know what your asking but I think I handle myself pretty well for an alcoholic in denial.
I didn't drink at all, and for most of my life I swore that I would never touch alcohol or any drugs because my father is an alcoholic and it never fails to put a damper on my life. For most of my life alcohol was just associated with family troubles, and I only had one experience where a drunk family member forced Budweiser down my throat and I thought it tasted awful. Then I came to college. I just got done with my first year and things change. Drinking and partying is very fun, and it's important to take the time to enjoy these early years and experiment and figure it all out. The main reason that I am now not so afraid to drink is because I have finally become comfortable enough with myself to say that I am not my father and I have self control. Also I never drink too much, just enough to have fun.
As far as amounts, I have no clue. I've filled half the cup with vodka or with one shot and it basically tastes the same. But usually I do the equivalent of about 2 or 3 shots and then fill up the rest of the cup with orange crush.

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What's the charity that you like to donate to? Which ones are most transparent and efficient with their funds?

I always throw $50 a year at Wikipedia (I use them a lot, and I support free knowledge). Otherwise I tend to stay local. I donate to a local homeless shelter that requires tenants to get jobs, and work towards independence.
Not sure about charities to donate to, but I’ve spent some time volunteering at my local food bank and I’d highly recommend it! It’s only a couple hours out of your day and it’s nice to know that you’re making a direct impact on your community. Plus I had some really great conversations with other volunteers.
I have a list of charities in my head that will never see a cent from me. Basically everyone that invests money into annoying on the street recruiting schemes. Most I've donate was probably to the Tor foundation, because i am a huge sucker for free internet.
I donate primarily to my church and a local mission. Other minor donations go to a camp for disabled children, the local arboretum, a local train restoration organization, local ham radio club, the planetary society, national space society, the food bank in my favorite vacation spot, and the surfrider organization who keeps beaches clean.
I like using the UNICEF marketplace to buy gifts for my mum and dad on their respective parent 'day'. I also buy greetings cards and Christmas cards from them (I'd buy them anyway, so why not do it this way). I like the work they do internationally to help children in plight. I make regular donations to Mountain Rescue. I'm a keen mountaineer, and these people keep me and my mates safe on the hill. I had a friend die not so long ago, and MR did a great job in helping the rest of our group down safely, and finding/bringing his body back.
Avoid the Salvation Army. I know the bell ringers are omnipresent but resist them. They are virulently homophobic and refuse to use their funds on LGBTQ people who ask for help. The Salvation Army is run by an evangelical Christian church who believes gay people to be sinful and "sexually impure" and will kick them out of shelters, refuse to give them food or medicine, and are generally just massive assholes about it.
Had a friend who was in the Army delivering supplies to Sri Lanka after the tsunami in 2004. He would fly out with the big cargo planes, and help organization with dispersing donations. He said that the people there were inundated with bibles and other useless religious propaganda, when what they really needed was food, water, and other supplies.
According to my friend, they were most thankful for the coffins. His unit would fly these massive planes out there filled with wooden coffins, and bring them to these people so they could bury their dead. He said the people would be in tears, thanking him, his buddies, and all the other military personnel for the coffins - it meant so much to them to give their loved ones a proper burial.

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What's the longest you've gone without accessing the internet?

nai269549’s Profile Photoʟᴇɪᴀɴ ♕
I went 32 years without accessing the Internet. Of course, to be fair, it didn't exist during much of that time.
A week. Brutal blizzard that killed the power for a week and change.
My cousin drove up the cable bill to 500$, and we didn't have internet until someone climbed up the pole and reconnected the cord. Two long months. The bill was later payed.
7 days in a homeless shelter, followed by a 28 day rehab. Along with withdrawals from drugs, I seriously think I had withdrawals from cell phones, internet, , etc. I'd walk down the hall and feel change in my pocket and instantly think it was my phone vibrating. I'd go to pull it out and text someone back, to realize I hadn't had one in my pocket for 2 weeks.
Actually, two weeks ago. I was in Hawaii for a week and I had left my laptop back at home. The only computer I might have gotten my hands on was down the hotel lobby, but they were all taken most of the time. I actually had a pretty sweet time. Hung out with strangers, went shopping, swimming, hiking.

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PMDD: symptoms and causes.

MentalHealthMatters’s Profile PhotoMental Health Awareness
PMDD affects up to 10% of women who have periods.
Those with PMDD are at risk of suxcide and suxcidal ideation. Many with PMDD, though not all, have suffered from sexual trauma and/or depression.
Symptoms: mood/emotional changes. Irritability, anger, increased interpersonal conflict. Depression, feelings of homeless, worthlessness and guilt. Anxiety, intenion, keyed up, or on edge. Decrease in usual activities. Difficulties focusing, thinking or fog brain. Tiredness or low energy.
Hypersomnia, overwhelmed, out of contract or physical symptoms.
Causes: it's believed to be an heritable to he shown in studies on women and twins. It's suspected to be a hormone disability in the brain.

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How often do you help others?

iWillSpamYouAsk’s Profile PhotoSpam Ask
I love to have others that I could ask for help, speeds up the process sooooo much. However, it's not often that I know a person who would have the answer I'm looking for. I do try to remember people's talents/skills when I meet them, because you never know when you might need that info. And of course, if I can help them out with my knowledge, I'm very happy to do so.
I almost always do it myself. I've only asked for help a few times, and that's with people I'm comfortable around. I wouldn't ask for help from someone I just met most likely, unless they were my idol or something. And because I don't have any idols atm, that's not likely to happen.
Three days ago I was walking down the street and some asian lady who spoke very little English came running out of a pizza shop yelling, "Lady! Hey Lady! You come here and help!" So... I did. She brought me inside her empty pizza shop, pulled out her Iphone and then awkwardly mimed at me to help her with it. She wanted to watch a asian soap opera in another language but didn't know how to do it. Took probably like ten minutes too because I had no idea what was going on and kind of just wanted to see what would happen next. When I got it on she actually asked me, while miming the numbers if it was "episode 47." At that point I just laughed. How the hell should I know. I do like the fact that she probably looked out the door and said to herself "oooh! Young, white girl! She'll know how to work an iphone." And clever on her because I apparently did.
I have the tendency to really put autonomy above everything else in my life. I have a lot of empathy for people in need of help (the homeless, the hungry etc.,) and I will help them at the drop of a dime. But it's rare that I'll help a cousin move or mow my neighbors lawn or something like that. I only really feel compelled to help if people need it. Otherwise I have a hard time motivating myself to help others.
Helping people really is a good thing. Being taken advantage of though is seriously terrible. You need to find a balance. If you see a genuine person who could do with a hand, and who would appreciate your help, do it. If you sense someone is trying to take advantage of you, that is when you give the firm no. The world needs more nice people... So I'd hate to see you become bitter and twisted because of a few bad people. Please don't stop helping people completely, but always be sure to make sure you look after yourself too.
I've always loved helping people. But it's gotten to the point where helping others does nothing but hurt me, make me depressed, stressed, anxious, and feel terrible. I've decided not to live my life like this anymore.

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Do you believe in karma?

losing your pet is devastating. he was my bestfriend. you really don't ever realize how much you have until you lose your cat/dog. idc if a girl ignores anymore, but losing my pet, the pain is unbearable. i can't enjoy eating anymore. sometimes i want to run away from my life & just be homeless. it's not fair that animals can't live so long as humans. i'm actually more lonelier without my dog than i am without that person i enjoyed texting. bc he made my mother happy. now he is gone. he was still young. as adorable as animals are to have as pets, it can be risky to have them. they could get stepped on or someone may hit them out of anger. veterinarian bills are so expensive to where getting surgery for whenever your pet has a broken bone is pointless. he didn't deserve to die. my sister kicked him & caused his back to break. ig his body couldn't handle the pain anymore so he gave out his last breath. should i k*ll my sister?

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Do you care about the world ?

Neltharion999’s Profile Photoミ★ Neltharion ★彡
Yes. But this world is so messed up..so screwed up, so effed up, there is no hope. The poor, the sick, the homeless, the elderly dies, from lack of health care.. And lack of a proper diet. We have nation against nation....religion against religion..... The rich and powerful run this world....and live like kings....while the poor die of sickness and starvation at times. The sad thing is, it has been like this since the beginning of time. And will be like this until the end of time.

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😫 Loving the "homeless" look! You look breathtakingly gorgeous ugh. I want to to hold you gently and play with that messy pretty hair and get lost in your eyes

Omfg, like how though? I feel like i look like a big fat turd!! 🤣
I would love for you to play with my hair. 💖 thatd be so nice. Im probably gonna hop in the shower pretty soon woo! 💖

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It shows that I really do have my own best interest at heart. I proving me that I really do love myself by how I handled taking care of myslef. I'll be very honest. I would t have NEVER taken care of myself in this mannor. I would have never do e this & I'll be ve very honest. It was not

I'm happy to hear that. I know that putting your self first is never easy. I have had to do the same recently and it was completely foreign territory. It didn't get me far, and actually homeless and fucked for real. But at least I have my dignity and I know my integrity has been fully tested.

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How far would you go to help those in need?

megansworld932’s Profile Photomegan
I do what I can. Anywhere I can, however I can, whenever I can, and whatever I can. Plenty of my Rooks are picked up off the streets, children, men, and women, they were all invited to join me and in return, they became part of a big family. I gave them a home, shelter, and work, they are free to leave anytime, but what binds us is loyalty and friendship. And even the ones who didn't join us, can't join us, the homeless ones, the working class, I always give them some of the earnings back - they'd not survive or get their families through with the small loan they're given at work. Capitalism is a disease and I try to fight against it, for the sake of the people of London.

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Do you live anywhere in 100 years from another planet will it homeless or enjoy.

ЭЛЯ ТЫ РУССКАЯ ИЛИ АНГЛИЧАНКА? А Я ВОТ ПО АНГЛИЙСКИ НЕ ПОНИМАЮ.ЕСЛИ ХОЧЕШЬ ЗАДАТЬ ВОПРОС,ТО ПИШИ ПО РУССКИ,ОТВЕЧУ.А ТАК НЕТ

How can beauty save the world, if it requires victims?

i see beauty in the homeless. they are a canvas to a world that is truly lost & out of format. notice that the government doesn't care about the homeless. the government is the reason why this world is lost, partly. the homeless are what makes the world a beautiful place bc until the rich decide to be good people & give away all their belongings to people in need, then there will never be a time when the homeless aren't needed as a world canvas

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What's something every teen should know?

Xameedmalik’s Profile PhotoSameed Malik(GK)
I think respect nd Know that everyone matters regardless of age, station in life, or job. That homeless man on the corner? He may be a university professor who lost their spouse and child and couldn't handle the grief, so turned to alcohol and drugs and eventually lost everything. Treat everyone you meet, no matter who they are, with respect, curiosity, humbleness and generosity and you will build bridges into your future that will astound you😊

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