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Old 29th July 2014, 22:28   #31
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Default Re: The Good Samaritan Thread

Felt good reading the incidents where we still has some humanity left in us and all is not lost. Also noticed that its largely the cities that has forgotten to be humane, and suspect everything, whilst the innocent villagers deep in rural areas still value humanity more than money, and ready to help people in trouble without expecting any rewards or returns. Not sure how this can be inculcated at least to the next generation in the cities, where the 'I' needs to become "we".
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