Help for third-world nations

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

The desire for peace and progress is common among peoples. The need for long-range planning to this end is great—perhaps most crucial for the future of third-world and developing nations. Those who naturally wish to contribute to the progress of the world need to find truly effective, practical ways of doing it— ways that will bring genuine, lasting help and avert suffering and loss. This may seem problematic, since there are so many apparently unknown factors.

None of us has a crystal ball to foresee the details of world events. But that doesn't mean we can't plan for the future. There is much more to depend on than mere speculation or chance. It is possible, when our motives are pure and unselfish, to align ourselves with divine wisdom and actually see ways of accomplishing good that might previously have been impossible for us to fathom.

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