“You care for your family and kids, and you can tell, because there is a checkbook entry for the mortgage payment for the house they live in, and maybe a private school payment for the education your children receive, or a daycare service payment for their treasured care, when you are gone. You care for your family, we know, because you spend your time with them. You give them you, in meaningful ways. …So, for me, it follows that if you say you really care about the poor, but there is not a checkbook payment entry somewhere in your bank account, or a time invested entry in your life account, …then really, with great respect you are just running your mouth.”

John Hope Bryant, founder of Operation HOPE

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