Sometimes my life might be hard, but I have food. I have money. I am not rich but I afford to give. I live in a well developed country. I just ate a great meal, and I am going to have some wine later this evening. I am extremely lucky; I am able to help a greater cause. It is terrible that kids around the world should experience hunger. It is our responsibility to fight this. I am not rich, but I can afford to give. You might not be rich, but I hope that you are able to give.
The importance of a greater cause
As a human being doing something good for others is one of the best things you can do. For me it is to support the World Food Programme of the United Nations. I hope that you can help me to support this cause as well. All you need to do is make a little donation fit to your abilities. I donated $50 today. How much can you afford to give?
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