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Liberal Logic 101

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by Revmitchell, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member
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    "Greed" is not a sin reserved for the wealthy or successful, often it is most pitiably a sin which the most destitute are consumed with.

    There is nothing more pathetic perhaps than a poor man consumed with material greed, and it manifests itself all the time.
     
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    Yes there is, it is the greed of the wealthy. Not all wealthy are greedy for more. In the past many have set up charities. Guinness set up a housing charity, Guy's hospital and many of our old hospitals were as well in the past. In the village of Biddenden in Kent there is a tradition of the Maids of Biddenden or Ye Mayds. They were siamese twins who owned land in the village and left a charity to benefit the poor of the village. No one knows if they actually existed but the charity must have come from somewhere.
     
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