“The closest thing to being cared for is to care for someone else.”
― Carson McCullers, The Square Root of Wonderful
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Orphans and widows are often the consequence of man's violent behavior; governments cannot, nor will cope with this problem so the responsibility of caring for the displaced, abused and orphaned is left up to charitable organizations.
In this organized society, with no time to pay attention to the basic necessities of the fellow man, acts of decency and any human virtue fall on those that committed themselves to make a difference.
But then one must deal with the other side of the coin and that is also human selfishness, to solicit funds requires more effort than ever before and that is because of abuses.
Those in authority and therefore in place of responsibility often fall prey to the corrupting power of greed. Misappropriated help frequently ends up being embezzled by those in some key positions and only a fraction of it ends up in the hands of the needy.
In face of these disheartening measures one must not cease to do well, one must aim high, no matter what the circumstance.
Thank you for caring.