Here’s another thought-provoking and challenging post by Amy Henry all about our responsibility to the world.
Until the great mass of the people shall be filled with the sense of responsibility for each other’s welfare, social justice can never be attained. (Helen Keller)
My husband and I were enjoying dinner at a local pub restaurant recently when a woman’s voice pierced the cozy bubble of our conversation.
“I have no social conscience.”
This admission, calmly stated, shocked me profoundly. That there are people who have no social conscience, who feel no concern for the suffering of others, is certainly not news to me. My inbox and the nightly news supply ample examples of cruel indifference:
- GOP efforts to pull the plug on children’s health insurance (CHIP).
- Paul Ryan’s campaign to bankrupt Medicare and privatize Social Security.
- Police officers gunning down black teens “armed” with nothing but a smartphone.
- The governor of Michigan leaving Flint residents to drink lead-poisoned water after he changed the…
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