- A summary of the advert that beggars belief.
The article “ The advert that beggars belief” by Alexander Chancellor is about beggars in India and Great Britain, they talk about how many beggars there are and what they are using theirmoneyon when they get some. Many people try to convince themselves that it’s a stupid idea to give beggars money because they use them quite often on many stupid things.
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Westminster Council making a campaign there says if you give beggars money you “ actually” are guilty in cause of theirs death. It is a bad campaign because they give a wakeup call to people and says it is a bad thing to give money to beggars and you should not do it, because you don’t know what they are going to use their money on and if you do it you can cause their deaths. They call you to stop giving them money.
- Give an outline of the carious attitudes to charity as expressed in texts.
The four texts show the different views of giving charity, there are many ways to donate money today, from when you give a coin to a beggar you see at the streets to send a text on your mobile phone to a charitable organization. The article “ the advert that beggars belief” has a negative attitude to beggars, in Britain they don’t want to give beggars money because they says it can cause their lives because they use the money on drugs or something like that.
In the article “ Charity never dies, it only sleeps” we hear about the British way of thinking to improve our own and our families lives, it is best also to improve the lives of those around us. It is a conservative way to think everyone has to be equal. In the article “ the year of charitainment” they talked about that there are so many charity organizations and you have to focus on one and that helps the famous people with, Angelina Jolie helps to focus on Sierra Leone.
- Comment on the following statement “ to improve our own and our families’ lives, it is best also to improve the lives of those around us.”
In the text “ Charity never dies, it only sleeps” it is the British way of thinking: to improve our own and our families’ lives, it is best also to
improve the lives of those around us. It is on way out of many to think that everyone has to be equal, there are many people there think of this, and many people think that you have to be selfish about this, and don’t give money to beggars.