On Thursday, one of my real-life heroes Peter Singer was on NPR discussing his new book The Life You Can Save: Acting Now To End World Poverty.
If NPR doesn’t dump your truck like it does mine and you missed all glorious four minutes, fifteen seconds, fear not: I have provided a link here for you to hear it.
He hits the nail right on the head when he says that while charity should begin at home, it should end there nor should it taper off as close to home as we are so inclined to let it.
Words to let sink in slowly, friends.
Here is the NPR audio:
Philosopher urges aid to the poor (4:15) | PRI’s The World
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If you can’t handle that, here is a link to his website. At least look at that until you feel slightly convicted.