to give and retrieve

The idea, in the popular conception o made be in need of a total makeover. Despite all the campaigns to fight poverty and wars for the poor which often appear more like war on the poor, he chasm between haves and will never haves can only be narrowed in an abstract theoretical sense, a necessary appendage to social and humanistic concerns. An appeasement drugged with condescending additives.

” Walter b enjamin makes a distinction between a “new misery” that came into being after the First World War because of the “tremendous development of technology,” and a “great poverty,” “[whose] face [is] of the same sharpness and precision as that of a beggar in the Middle a ges.” 18 a ccording to b enjamin, there is a revealing “underside” to the new misery he detects: the “oppressive wealth

 Walter Benjamin made a distinction between a “new misery” that came
into being after the First World War because of technology and a “great
poverty,” whose  “face is of the same sharpness and precision as that of a beggar in the Middle
ages.” all more violent because of the oppressiveness of wealth… days of christmas

In fact the concept of charity is purely conceptual. Perhaps the “morality” of benevolence and generosity can be supplanted by the profound sense of “justice” in an effort to accomplish what is right. Just sayin’

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