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Linda Farrar

"Save my family"

Cincinnati, OH, USA
female, age 54
divorced, 4 children
Speaks: Spanish, English
Joined Nov 5, 2007
What I Want to Do: Write to inspire young writers

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Groups A Free Stuff Network (AFSN), Calling All Disabled, Medicaid, SS, Medicare Recipients, Human Rights Network, OLDiE MoViES, One person can make a difference, PAY IT FORWARD HELP OTHERS IN NEED, PEOPLES EXCHANGE, World Wide - Legal Action 4 Animal Rights
Hometown Cincinnati, Ohio 
Birthday Dec 10, 1963  
Languages Spanish, English  
About Me Caring, personable, friendly, real, drama-free, responsible. I love helping others unconditionally. If I help someone and they have a bad motive, that is between them and God, I know what my motivation was. We need to stop being afraid of getting "ripped off" and help because itis the right thing to do!
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Political Leaning Depends
Religions Christian - non denominational  
Eating Habits poor-not because i want too-money thing  
Wild Fact About Me I am addicted to Mountain Cookies.
My Philosophy Give to others with no agenda and if you claim to help others, then do it in whatever way "THEY" need. Stop judging and dictating and bogging the help down with rules. Just help!
What Gives Me Hope People who believe in what they are doing and who help others without trying to find 50 ways to disqualify the needy person.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by Treat difabled people fairly and recognize that some people who are difabled have children and need adequate housing, jobs, and aid.
What/who changed my life and why The Bible.
What Bugs Me Dominating Men, bullying to feel superior, misrepresentation, unforgiving people, being homebound, Heartless and cruel people, Abuse of power  
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Quotation "Sometimes, we help people because we pity them. But pity is a weak motivation. It makes our actions self-interested; we know we will feel good afterward. I think it's better to help someone out of pity than not to help at all. But it is best to help people because they are human beings just like me. I help the other, not out of pity, but out of respect.

I want an argument that does not appeal to guilt, fear or pity. I want an argument that explains why helping someone is the right thing to do, in and of itself.

In "An Essay on Man," Alexander Pope said that virtue is its own reward. I ought not need anything else. I ought to help someone in need because the other person's continued poverty diminishes us both.

It is that simple."---Ellen Ritterskamp
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