I’ve just finished cram-studying church history from about 1600AD to present. Exam’s done. This is the first thing I read afterward, and it’s quite a bit of the theology and history in my exam in one article from my financial website:
“Are You Ready to Start Giving Money to Charity” from Mint.com
You can get the gist for yourself, but basically they’re saying that donating money lacks financial wisdom. So don’t do it. Be like the airlines. Put your own mask on first.
But then they throw in this last line with the most tremendous sense of irony and dispacement with the rest of the article:
In fact, he’s done economic numbers crunching to establish “that when people give more money away, they tend to prosper.”
Well, Fancy that.
What are your thoughts? What value do you find in “giving away” money? Where have you seen this trend before?