A home in the community has burned. Tell how you would help the family recover from the loss.

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A home in the community has burned. Tell how you would help the family recover from the loss.

Dalai Lama said, “Whether one believes in a religion or not, and whether one believes in rebirth or not, there isn’t anyone who doesn’t appreciate kindness and compassion.” I am certain that the family who went through this horrible incident will look despondent in the total bedlam and lament losing all of their possessions. The family definitely needs help. As part of the community, we must show irrepressible kindness and caring. But we ought to be careful not to beset more problems. Here are some ways that we can help the family rehabilitate efficiently. Donating money, household fittings, and basic daily needs is what, I believe, a
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For instance, Mr. Green planned to sell his nifty sofa in the next garage sale for only $15 (U.S.)! But when Mr. Green heard about the unfortunate event, he decided to donate the sofa to the family who had lost their home since he personally is not desperate in need for the $15. Another situation which you contribute belongings not money would be when you are a children and you do not have income. For example, Amy, the teenager who almost all of her personal belongings in the fire, will need other teens to help her out. Of course, teenagers do not have income. What Linda, Mr. Green’s daughter, did was that she lent her i-pod and some of her clothing to Amy. You see, you do not have to always donate money, donating things you have right now with you is also fantastic.

Last but not least, it is obvious that the refrigerator is burned down too. No refrigerator means no food. No food means starvation. Starvation equals to death. So even before donating money or household goods, we must provide the family with food. Yes, they do have money to buy groceries from markets and cook in the rented apartment, but as I said previously, perhaps they are left with not much money (due to the reconstruction of the house) to feed the entire family. But not being able to have enough food for the family is not my most important point here. If you look from the family’s vantage, don’t you think that the family is going to

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