We Don’t Have to be Saints (Attendance/Participation)

Consider the following quote and discuss: “Contrary to expectation, we’re most effective when we realize that there is no perfect time to get involved in social causes, no ideal circumstances for voicing our convictions. What each of us faces, instead, is a lifelong series of imperfect moments in which we must decide what to stand for.” What argument is Loeb making here? Do you agree/disagree? Explain. Are we ever too busy to get involved? What do you think the key difference is between those who find time in their busy lives to get involved in their communities and those who do not?


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