Poor living quality and destroying the environment

India, Africa, China, Brazil etc.
seeing the people lacking health care and access to clean water, enough food.
We are not doing a good job that God wants us to do. We're supposed to management the environment well, however, we just abuse it. Though people in developed countries always blame the people in developing countries for cutting off many trees in the rain forest and some other bad deeds, it is still the people in the developed countries who are more responsible for the environment damage. Therefore, I suggest that since we already have so many resources and living a comfortable life here , we should also concern about other people's life and help the poor and the need as much as we can. It is not an easy task to eliminate poverty, and we need everyone to work together to really make things happen. We need to meet people's basic needs and also teach them the skills that can help them survive. We need to act and give them financial support and education and invite others to get involved with us! We need to be active to perform what real love is, and show that we're God's people.

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