you believe the money for cars is yours.
Fair enough. Consider the following:
every minute, 12 children around the world die from starvation and feeding nourishing meals to those children
would have cost only 19 cents per day per child (source: World Food Programme).
Instead of spending $50,000 or $100,000 or $1 million on
luxury cars, why not choose from among the many perfectly nice and safe economy cars
made by the likes of Toyota, Honda, Volkswagen,
Ford or Nissan for $20,000 and donate the
difference to saving the lives of children?
How many children could you save?
For $30,000, 5,000 children can be nourished back to health by being fed for a month. For $80,000, you can
save the lives of over 14,000 kids,
and that number rises to 40,000 kids for $250,000.
And by foregoing one of those
million dollar cars
, you can save
the lives of 175,000
kids by feeding them for one month or feed 1,200 kids from birth
until they reach their teenage years.
Please think about it - by simply choosing a
less expensive car - whether it be economy or used luxury - you can save the lives of thousands of
innocent kids. Take a moment to imagine thousands of
kids laying around and starving to death next to a luxury car...
Something else. Are you sure your money isn't a
blessing from God?
"There is no God," you say?
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