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"Do the needy of the world find hospitality and hope in the sunny rooms of your grace blessed soul? Union with God provides the practical energy which issues in multiplied services for mankind."
(Isaiah 58:11; John 7:38                                                      ... Jowett 


-Elimination of terrorism

-Elimination of child prostitution & pornography

-Elimination of children working long hours in 'sweatshop' manufacturing plants, common in third world countries; poor children and families in India getting help.

-Elimination of the lack of an enthusiastically positive minded intuitive creative imagination. Increasingly, people are living vicariously, and as in a stupor, perhaps due to filling time that should have been used for parental involvement, learning and thinking, instead with excessive video games playing and/or TV watching; I mean is it me and just the people I've been meeting lately as I live my daily life, or is it that people are becoming duller -Proverbs 27:17. Unable to effectively converse and lacking helpful interaction, many people have relegated themselves to an increasingly permanent personal and depressing system of solitude. 
    Maybe if I would take more time to talk with them, I might think differently, but so many respond in ways that makes one wonder if anything at all is interesting to them; so why bother of further involvement, like 'leave me alone man, I'm livin' my own way' -Proverbs 18:24.

-Elimination of exploitation of others -Deuteronomy 15:7-18; Proverbs 28:27.

-Elimination of the lack of housing and beds--Habitat for Humanity, Calgary 253-9331 (check the white pages for your area). Ridiculous that for something a few people could build in a year that they allow themselves to be hocked into 25 years plus for payments which can equal or exceed more than triple the original price. If people lived in a not so tightly controlled society , they could afford the time to learn how to build their own home, and the time to construct it, and all without hurting them financially. But, however, there are advantages for others in maintaining the status quo, and those others are often tied close to those in government and banking. Consider a yurt.

-Elimination of nutritional disparity

-Elimination of the unemployed & the inadequately paid employed

-Elimination of economies that preclude everyone's basic needs being met

-Elimination of the need for pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, and the like. Although this need may never be completely eradicated, alternative farming and/or control methods should be pursued in the interests of health as quickly as possible.

-Needed are governments staffed by those who put people first, and that won't happen until people effectively monitor whom they elect.

-For The Love of Children Society, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. With a worldwide reach, they provide children with what normal health care doesn't cover, and, lots more. Ashid Bahl started this very helpful group some 25 years ago, and still personally goes to see children in any country that needs the help they continue providing, taking with him medical supplies, giving money so schools can be built and looking after the many other needs of children. This is one group I support.

-Mercy and Grace Charitable Trust, India. Supporting the needs of destitute children and children in child labor, street children, those children neglected including school drop outs and orphans. They depend upon donations to meet needs of the children and poorest of the poor families in India.

Their plans include a Bible College

-Children In Crisis in the United Kingdom.

-Ty Hafan, Children's Hospice of Wales, is a charitable appeal formed to build, equip and run a Children's Hospice in Wales to provide care for terminally ill children. 

-Working to restore natural habitats in the U.S.A. The National Audubon Society

-World Vision

-Samaritan's Purse

-Another group that helps mankind www.metroministries.com

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