If only volunteers would just stop serving soup to the homeless then maybe, just maybe, the issue of people not having a place to live would cease to ...
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Cramming into a rickety tap-tap in Haiti was my moment. The moment when I realized that I didn't know anything. That I wasn't as worldly as I had thought.
My brother and I recruited two friends and we left our home in an affluent suburb of Philadelphia for post-earthquake Haiti. The four of us lived in a tent city in downtown Port-au-Prince and survived on $1 per day for 28 days.
When Matt Jones tells an auditorium full of students that he's rich, they usually laugh.
The 32-year-old doesn't quite give off the millionaire imp...
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