When charity work can take many forms
How do you do charity work? In my case, here’s how. For me, charity is a charity that preserves dignity. In my opinion, dignity is very important, because it allows us to maintain a relationship between equals. People who give up their dignity would potentially find themselves in an inferior situation and would find it even more difficult to reach a solution. It is also a charity that makes itself available, but without imposing or even presenting itself. It is on this thin line where we can find restorative charity.
Some will see charity work as lifesaving, I’ll leave that to them. This form of charity does have its place, but it is for fighting emergencies. It is also the easiest to recognise and the most obvious to achieve. It takes all kinds of forms, but it is a short-term emergency solution, a simple meal in an area that doesn’t even have food.
The charity I am talking about is the one which allows for growth. It is the contagious charity that will eventually make the recipient a donor. It is in writing these words that I imagine one day reading something from one of you and seeing together that we can reach twice as many readers.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny