There are people in your community and around the world who live in poverty and need assistance. Do you believe someone's physical distance from you should affect the degree of moral responsibility you have to help them? Why or why not?
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I do not believe that someone's physical distance from should affect the degree of moral responsibility to lending a hand towards helping them. I believe moral responsibility should be unconfined, in that it should no know boundaries, race, distance or even culture. I believe it is a drive from inside whose motivation is not drawn from any of these physical limitations, but affirmed and confirmed by the desire to see the accomplished goal.
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Sep 14th, 2015
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