wondering
I don't see it as sacrifice.
Mon Apr 1, 2019 9:34am
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I see it as human decency and compassion, and common sense for world stability and security.

When wealthy nations or people have way more than they need, it's hardly a sacrifice. Do you see weapons of defense as a sacrifice? Most would see them as a necessity. It only makes sense that a more egalitarian society/world with equal access to resources, opportunities and justice is going to be a safer and better place to live and raise families.

I would say that human decency and compassion is a necessity, not a sacrifice.

Remember the French Revolution?


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