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    Seems to be a massive disaster caused by the earthquake in Nepal and also a lot of fundraising and voluntary work trying to help people over there.... Would you ever donate for a charity cause or would u be more adventurous and enroll with a charity organisation to go over there and help them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde Alexa View Post
    Seems to be a massive disaster caused by the earthquake in Nepal and also a lot of fundraising and voluntary work trying to help people over there.... Would you ever donate for a charity cause or would u be more adventurous and enroll with a charity organisation to go over there and help them ?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-32460933

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    It is an absolutely terrible disaster that happened there. I feel so sorry for them. I often contribute to charities. There are

    some brillant charities out there doing fanastic work. 2 that I contribute to are the Irish Cancer Society and Milford Hospice in

    Limerick. The hospice provides facilities for those suffering with cancer and helps their families as well. They do magnificent

    work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde Alexa View Post
    Seems to be a massive disaster caused by the earthquake in Nepal and also a lot of fundraising and voluntary work trying to help people over there.... Would you ever donate for a charity cause or would u be more adventurous and enroll with a charity organisation to go over there and help them ?

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    Thats a damn good question. If there were a god and he wanted to punish people with an earthquake, Then you would be doing a diservice to that god if you helped the people that he was punishing.

    The reality is that there can be no god, and helping people is what humanists and atheists and agnostics do.

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    If can go into pat Falvey on Facebook as he has a link for people to donate to this charity's disaster . Pat has climbed Everest twice and does a lot of holiday there so is well clued in to make sure the money goes to the right place.
    Please help if you can , Nepal is one of the poorer countries in the world and this is going to be devastating to their tourism which I turn will destroy their economy.
    I have 2 Nepalese friends who are now out of their house and living in tents one has a wife and two kids so all funds will be very helpful.
    I'm on my phone so I will put up a link later .
    And to answer the question as a punishment to Nepal ???
    Then there is no god if this is a punishment, since they are the most friendly , honest race of people in the world.
    I have been to Nepal loads of times


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    Quote Originally Posted by bollocks View Post
    Thats a damn good question. If there were a god and he wanted to punish people with an earthquake, Then you would be doing a diservice to that god if you helped the people that he was punishing.

    The reality is that there can be no god, and helping people is what humanists and atheists and agnostics do.
    A sophist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonpareil View Post
    A sophist.
    into Philosophy are we. You have me confused with that word.

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