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November 03, 2007

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gautami tripathy

I try to do my bit. I know it not enough.

paisley

this was amazing.. and enlightening and thought provoking.. i feel compelled to act and yet a part of me cries out for the underprivileged in my own country to come first... where is the balance?? i have to think on this a bit....

Crafty green Poet

Excellent perspective on money, good to have these concrete examples of how donations can help

Just Jen

Wow, here I am on blog complaining about buying a pair of shoes. I feel guilty now. That's amazing. The bike is really neat, I'd love one of those! lol

Robin from Israel

We drop $25 on a meal without thinking twice, but look how that same $25 could change someone's entire life.

I do some, but I will strive to do more.

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