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While The War in Syria Rages On, What Can We Do To Help?

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It seems that we have been watching the civil war in Syria play out forever now with images of war, people without homes, children washing ashore, and debates about refugees seeking shelter in our own backyards dominating news headlines and being etched in our minds. These images and debates have no doubt affected us, forcing us to question humanity or even those in our own family as to why they think the way they do. At the end of the day, there are innocent people dying at the hands of their own government and they need help. If you are of the mindset that we should do nothing, let alone welcome these people with open arms, I almost considered asking…

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Less talk, more action

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I have made a policy this year: less talk, more action. The thing is, we all want to be a part of something. We have passions and morals that we want to scream from the roof tops. But instead, we sit back in our comfy chairs and press the share button on social media and somehow, that makes us feel satisfied. We feel as if we have reached a decent amount of people to make a difference.

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