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Monday, June 06, 2016

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Question Of The Week 6-6-16

WHAT CAUSES DO YOU STRONGLY BELIEVE IN (OR ARE THERE ANY)?

Blogger Jan said...
Animal welfare, stop cruelty to animals. Not to be confused with animal rights.
9:25 AM
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Blogger LL Cool Joe said...
Equality. :)
1:00 PM
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Blogger Tabor said...
The golden rule is the best guide ever.
3:05 PM
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Blogger Elephant's Child said...
So many, but they all come under the social justice, equality banner somewhere.
4:56 PM
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Blogger Birdie said...
Being kind. Everything else goes from there.
6:30 PM
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Blogger Lee said...
Being healthy; being happy (as much as one possible can be, I guess); commonsense; kindness; thoughtfulness; banning stupidity and ignorance.

I could go on 'cause they are many...but 'cause there are...I won't take up any more of your time.
10:14 PM
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Blogger Lynn said...
I don't even know where to start, but equal pay is a good one.
12:18 PM
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Blogger Lisa said...
Feeding and clothing the poor and ill, really anyone in any kind of need. My faith, but feeding and clothing the poor counts heavily in that. Ending breast cancer and comforting those going through treatment.
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Blogger cube said...
I think we need a free press. Keep your bias to yourself and just give us the facts.
9:50 AM
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Blogger Riot Kitty said...
Many. I think equality sums it up.
3:54 PM
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Blogger G. B. Miller said...
The rebirth of common sense and the destruction of political correctness run amuck.
5:13 AM
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Blogger Sparkling Red said...
I am a monthly donor to World Vision, the Kids Helpline (Canadian counselling services for children and teens), and Second Harvest (a Toronto charity that distributes unused food from the restaurant/catering industry and grocery stores to people who need help putting a meal on the table).
2:21 PM
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Blogger River said...
Education, not just academic, but in health and general living, for those poverty ridden peoples in third world countries. For the adults particularly, who have been raised to think that women and children are chattels. Too many charities focus on the children, I think educating the adults is as important, then a new world for the children will quite naturally come about, although that will take time. A long, long, time.
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15 comments:

  1. Animal welfare, stop cruelty to animals. Not to be confused with animal rights.

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  2. The golden rule is the best guide ever.

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  3. So many, but they all come under the social justice, equality banner somewhere.

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  4. Being kind. Everything else goes from there.

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  5. Being healthy; being happy (as much as one possible can be, I guess); commonsense; kindness; thoughtfulness; banning stupidity and ignorance.

    I could go on 'cause they are many...but 'cause there are...I won't take up any more of your time.

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  6. I don't even know where to start, but equal pay is a good one.

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  7. Feeding and clothing the poor and ill, really anyone in any kind of need. My faith, but feeding and clothing the poor counts heavily in that. Ending breast cancer and comforting those going through treatment.

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  8. Granny Annie...they are a hound of some kind and they do use them for types of competitive hunting, but I think it is NOT fox hunting, because I asked her that and she said "no".

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  9. I think we need a free press. Keep your bias to yourself and just give us the facts.

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  10. Many. I think equality sums it up.

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  11. The rebirth of common sense and the destruction of political correctness run amuck.

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  12. I am a monthly donor to World Vision, the Kids Helpline (Canadian counselling services for children and teens), and Second Harvest (a Toronto charity that distributes unused food from the restaurant/catering industry and grocery stores to people who need help putting a meal on the table).

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  13. Education, not just academic, but in health and general living, for those poverty ridden peoples in third world countries. For the adults particularly, who have been raised to think that women and children are chattels. Too many charities focus on the children, I think educating the adults is as important, then a new world for the children will quite naturally come about, although that will take time. A long, long, time.

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  14. I would go along with what Lee said.

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