The difference between compassion and $500.
September 15, 2016 8:41pm CST
I was reading the news just recently about the person who spent $500, to save their goldfish who was choking on a pebble, while I believe that all animals deserve compassion, and that pets are part of the family, it's mind boggling that someone would spend $500, for a procedure on a goldfish. It got me wondering how many people would actually spend money to save a goldfishes life.
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16 Sep 16
Depends...many factors come into play here. a. The person should be able to afford it b. The person has rotten choices before him or her like a bunch of unreliable friends and relatives, drunkards, gamblers, idlers, sycophants etc., whom he wants to bid goodbye but cannot as social system requires him or her to mingle c. Basic nature is soft and compassionate..
16 Sep 16
@marguicha ... People travel. All that money could go to starving children. People go on war, all that money could go to starving children. People spend on luxury cars the surplus could go starving children. People spend lavishly in hotels, some of it could go to starving children...in fact, we all do something that could help the starving children. I personally believe the number of children should be brought down.