We are not a wealthy family when it comes to money, but richer than Midas when it comes to being informed. Last year I was told to raise my deduction from Social Security. I knew from a friend that in the U.S., the more you give to charities, the kinder the government is at tax time. With this site, I decided to increase my giving anyway that I could: money, time, information, clothes, etc. It was the smartest thing I ever did, not because I saved money, but perhaps I helped someone in need. Now, with every click, I check my statistics and donate whatever I can to those who have shown interest. In my family we have been most affected by cancer, heart disease, substance abuse, child abuse(I taught abused children), arthritis, diabetes, fibromyalgia,etc.) Autism has affected a friend and dyslexia and learning problems. These are mine, but if a topic gets a click I include them. You have to pay taxes, why not send the money where you'd like it to go. No money, click and share a link; I'm hooked to the causes that will give you more information. This week I received an email from a class of students who are using some of my pgs. to understand substance and sexual abuse. I felt like that by giving my time I may have made a difference in someone's life. No feeling is better than that and many of us can do this. Take one minute, find something you can live without, but another person can't. Did your kids outgrow their clothes? Think about a child who may have no shoes. It doesn't take much to make a difference.
"SOME PEOPLE ARE SO BUSY BEING GOOD, THEY FORGET THAT THEY SHOULD BE DOING GOOD." Crawford M. Pentz
If you think this is a lecture, you missed the point of the pg. I'm loaded with flaws.
This one is a major problem for kids and anyone who uses the internet or lives in this world.
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If you want to share information or make people aware of something, please click the link and email me. There's even an organization called. N.O.R.D.-National Organization for Rare Diseases. You may think it about things you've never heart of, but would you be surprised to know that diabetes is one of them.