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Faith, Hello

Hello, I shall not be too long, you’re a busy person

Hello, our hearts and empathy go out to the victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Often, during natural disasters we call on God to help and support us. God helps us by normalizing the weather and allowing others not affected to provide relief supplies.

In light of this, it seems we’re producing a generation of people who’re unable to sympathize and empathize. They’re thus a generation of bullies, heartless and uncaring. What does this hold for future society? What can we do to change it?

By Edward Fagan

Edward Fagan Blog
September 17, 2017

(This is a previously published original post that I accidentally deleted from the blog. I thought it necessary that I republished it into the blog.)

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